2012-10-02 at 10:11
Syringe allegedly used in gas-station robbery attempt
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Thunder Bay Police say they have a woman in custody in connection with an armed robbery at a Kakabeka Falls gas station.
Police allege a 21-year-old woman entered the Shell station on Highway 11/17 on Monday night at about 5:30 p.m., armed with a syringe.
The suspect was wearing a mask and demanded both cash and lottery tickets.
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Staff refused to co-operate, so the woman left the store and got into a vehicle driven by the co-accused in the case.
Police arrested the woman and a 39-year-old Thunder Bay man later that night at a Can-Op gas bar on Oliver Road.
The pair, who police have not named, will be in court on Tuesday facing charges of armed robbery.
The investigation continues.
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