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Robbery - Robbery in Niagara Falls

Posted on Wednesday December 05, 2018
On Tuesday December 4, 2018, at approximately 7:50 p.m., the Niagara Regional Police were called to the Super 8 Motel on River Road in the City of Niagara Falls to a report of a Robbery.
 
A subsequent police investigation concluded that a delivery person for a local pizza restaurant, had been lured to the hotel with an order to an unoccupied room.  When they arrived, the delivery person was confronted by three people, one wielding a handgun and was robbed of some personal effects, as well as the pizza order.  The suspects fled the hotel on foot to a vehicle parked a short distance away, near the Whirlpool Aero Car parking lot.  The vehicle was last seen as it sped off Northbound on River Road.
 
The suspects are described as:
 
#1 - Male, 6 feet tall, medium build, wearing a black sweater, black track pants and white balaclava
 
#2 - Male, 5 feet 9 inches tall, slender build, wearing a light coloured sweater and a dark balaclava
 
#3 - Male, 6 feet tall, medium build, wearing dark clothing and a dark balaclava
 
The victim was treated for a minor injury at the Greater Niagara General Hospital after being struck by the suspects and was late released.  
 
Investigators are asking anyone who may have information to aid in this investigation to call Detective Sergeant Mike Baxter of the Niagara Falls Criminal Investigations Branch, at 905-688-4111; option #3, badge #9994.
 

Incident Number: 2018-119226
Submitted By: Michael Baxter
Approved By: Michael Baxter

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