Grande Prairie man and woman face various charges, including Forcible Confinement

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A man and woman are facing charges after a report of an armed robbery in Grande Prairie.

RCMP responded to a report of armed robbery in the Pinnacle area of Grande Prairie, on September 21st.

The victim said he was held at gunpoint and forced into a vehicle where he was assaulted during the drive to a bank, where he was demanded to take money out with his bank card.

The perpetrators then withdrew money from the victim’s account, and took the victim to the rural area – where he was thrown from the vehicle.

34-year-old Sherry Auger of Grande Prairie faces charges of Forcible Confinement, Fraud and Robbery with a Firearm.

42-year-old Bradley Seneko was arrested and charged with Robbery with a Firearm, Forcible Confinement, Assault with a Weapon and Assault.

Both Seneko and Auger remain in police custody awaiting bail hearings – which are expected to happen this Monday, October 5th.

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