Halton Police Investigate Robbery at Oakville Bank

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Sergeant Barry Malciw

Sergeant Barry Malciw

Sergeant Barry Malciw was the Media Relations Officer for the Halton Regional Police Services. He is a detective of the Halton Regional Police Oakville Criminal Investigations Bureau – Robbery Team.

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Halton Police are currently investigating a robbery that occurred at a TD Canada Trust bank located at 321 Iroquois Shore Road in Oakville. More specifically, the bank is located just East of Trafalgar Road and north of the QEW.

On September 20, 2016 at approximately 08:30 am two suspects entered the bank and demanded cash. The suspects indicated they were armed and threatened to shoot staff members if they didnt cooperate, however no weapons were produced or observed.

The suspects received a quantity of cash and ran from the bank to a vehicle that was located nearby, and occupied by a third suspect.

Both suspects that entered the bank are described as being black males, 20s, approximately 5′ 10″ with thin builds, wearing dark hooded sweatshirts and dark track pants.

The suspect vehicle is described as being similar to a 4 door silver Honda Civic. At this point there is no description for the driver.

Investigators are working on retrieving video surveillance from the area to ascertain further descriptors on the suspects and vehicle involved.

There were no injuries to staff members at the bank during the incident.

Anyone with information pertaining to this incident is asked to contact the Oakville Criminal Investigations Bureau at 905-825 4747 ext. 2216, Crime Stoppers at 1-800 222 4747 (TIPS), through the web at www.haltoncrimestoppers.com or by texting your message to 274637 (crimes)



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