Saturday 31 October, 2020

Three men charged in relation to RBC burglary

Royal Bank of Canada on Shedden Road

Royal Bank of Canada on Shedden Road

Three men have been charged in relation to a burglary incident that took place at the Royal Bank of Canada, Shedden Road Branch, on June 23, 2016.

On Thursday, June 23, personnel of RBC Bank discovered that a burglary of the bank’s premises on Shedden Road had occurred sometime after business hours on the previous day. 

Access was not gained to the vault, however a quantity of cash was taken from the cash dispensing units at cashiers’ desks.

Detectives responded to the report and the incident was investigated.

On September 28, three men of West Bay (age, 30),  Bodden Town (age 38) and Bodden Town (age 33), were charged with one count of Burglary each, and were all subsequently released on bail.

They are scheduled for court on Tuesday, September 29 regarding this matter.

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