UPDATE: Port Hope Scotiabank robbery

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Port Hope Police Service update to Scotiabank robbery on Wednesday 31 January 2018.
Port Hope Police continue to investigate and are seeking public assistance in identifying the suspect who was captured on area surveillance footage minutes before 12:00 noon on Wednesday 31 January 2018 walking on John Street towards the Scotiabank on Walton Street before the robbery and then minutes after 12:00 noon running from the bank on Lets Lane, John Street, Augusta Street and Pine Street, Port Hope.

Police are urging anyone who observed the suspect or has any information to assist in this investigation to call Port Hope Police at 905-885-8123 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477

 
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