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York Police arrested him following the brave robbery of Markville Mall



A man has been arrested and York Police Regionals are looking for serious suspects after Markham's commercial curfew in Markham Mall, for dinner on December 30, Sgt. Clint Whitney said.

No one was injured when the robbery happened, which happened at a jewelry store in Lukfook 6:25. At the Hwy shopping center. 7 and McCowan Road, he said.

Many witnesses said they were listening to the gun, but the police did not check this information, the police said.
Many witnesses said they were listening to the gun, but the police did not check this information, the police said. (Metroland file photo)

Many witnesses said they heard the gun, but the police did not check this information, Whitney said.

"There are reports of shooting shots, but the police are still not confirmed. We'll talk with the audience, looking at the video and looking for something like that around the scene," he said.

"Many people are saying here. I have to say everything I have said. But when you break the cup lid and things like that, you know what's loud."

When the suspects came to their departure officers, Whitney said.

"Officers have arrived quite short in order and the suspects have been fleeing in the parking lot," he said.

"The arrest was made, the other suspects fled. We do not know how many are. All of what we can say is suspicious. I do not have any other description because they are dressed in construction vests."

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Whitney did not know what, in any case, could rob robbers from the store.

He said he was a violent robbery saying "thanking" that nobody had hurt him.

"The mallet was very busy, pedestrians, vehicles, everything, and it was a very busy marketplace," he said.

"I know the reports were ambulatory, but I think this was due to reports of gunshot sound. We did not do anything like that."

Although the police did not have a locked shopping mall, some stores lockdowns and their protected customers as security protocols within their stores, Whitney said.

"Everything is fine now, it is under control," he added.


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