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RCMP seek good Samaritan witness

The West Shore RCMP are seeking the assistance from an unidentified “good Samaritan” to help solve the armed robbery at the CIBC bank in Colwood on April 9.

A man using the ATM at the time of the robbery warned away a mother and her children from entering the bank as the crime was in progress, as observed on surveillance footage.

The man is described as white, with black hair and light brown trimmed moustache and in his 40s, wearing a black leather jacket, black T-shirt with a picture of a wolf’s face on the front, light coloured blue jeans.

 

 

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