Waterloo Regional Police South Division detectives continue to investigate a Kitchener bank robbery and are releasing the attached photos and additional information below to help identify the suspect.
On July 12, 2012 at approximately 2:15 PM, a lone male entered the Scotiabank at 601 Doon Village Road in the City of Kitchener.
The male made demands to the employees and left the bank with an undisclosed amount of money. It is believed that the male fled from the area, possibly in a dark coloured van.
At this time police are investigating the possibility that the incident is linked to an earlier robbery which occurred on May 14th at the same location.
The suspect in the latest incident is described as male white, approximately 5' 9" tall with a heavy build, wearing a red t-shirt and light-coloured shorts. Police have confirmed that a dye pack contained within the money activated while in the suspect's possession. The suspect and his clothing will likely be covered in red dye.
Police also believe that the suspect was driving a blue Pontiac Montana van or similar vehicle. Furthermore, the vehicle is believed to have family style stick figure stickers in the back window. The vehicle was last observed heading north on Manitou Drive.
Anyone with information in regards to this incident is requested to contact Waterloo Regional Police South Division Detectives at 519-650-8500 ext. 2234 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.