CHETWYND, B.C. – Chetwynd RCMP arrests suspect in Friday’s bank robbery at the Scotia Bank.
Police executed multiple search warrants on a home Tuesday, arresting 44-year-old Kylie Landon.
Landon is facing five charges, including robbery with firearms, unauthorized possession of a firearm, unlawful pointing of a firearm, unlawful storage of a firearm, and failure to comply with undertaking.
The Chetwynd resident remains in custody until his next court appearance on February 23rd.
Chetwynd is a small tight-knit community and the safety of everyone is our top priority, said Sgt. Wahnese Antonioni, with Chetwynd RCMP.
We would like to thank the public for their assistance and information provided which led to a quick and timely arrest.
On February 11th, police said a man came into Scotia Bank with a grey duffel bag, using it to prop one of the entrance doors open, and had a carbine-type firearm. He allegedly asked the bank teller to fill a camouflage backpack with money.
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