Police have nominated a man searching for a violent bank robbery in Toronto at the end of June.
In a press release,Toronto policestated that the incident happened around 1 pm. June 27, around Toronto's Chinatown, Dundas Street West and Spadina Avenue.
Police said a man, wearing a mask and hoodie, entered the bank, pulled out a large knife and demanded cash.
After that, he allegedly jumped over the store and approached the bank clerk.
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The employee withdrew cash According to the police, he picked up his wallet and handed it to the man, who stabbed him many times.
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The man is the next emergency exit Behind the bank, an officer added.
Police have nominated Marc Webb, a 43-year-old man from Toronto, as a suspect. Police officers said he was sought after for multiple crimes, including two counts of robbery with offensive weapons.
He is said to be 6 feet tall and weigh about 190 pounds. Police said he had short, black hair.
"He should be considered violent and dangerous," police said. "If you find one, stay away and call 9-1-1 immediately."
— Global News Ryan Rocca
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