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Police Note 1-Year Anniversary of Robbery

A $50,000 reward remains to solve case

Today marks the 1-year anniversary when a Meridian Credit Union in Niagara Falls was robbed, with a reminder of a $50,000 reward to help solve the case.

The NRP was called at around 8 in the evening, on February 23rd, to the Portage Road location, concerning an armed robbery.

They learned two men entered the bank, with a gun, and demanded money from the employees.

After receiving an undisclosed amount, police believe the two fled in a white, Dodge caravan with stolen licence plates.

There were no injuries.

Police add a $50,000 reward from the Credit Union, for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspects, remains in force.

Suspect #1 is described as follows:

  • Black male
  • 50 years of age
  • 6’0” tall, slim build
  • Wearing a black mask
  • Wearing a black jacket
  • Wearing black gloves
  • Wearing dark grey pants
  • Wearing black shoes

Suspect #2 is described as follows:

  • Black male
  • 30 years of age
  • 5’9” tall, medium build
  • Wearing a mask
  • Wearing a grey hooded sweatshirt with “BARRIE” on the left chest and a maple leaf logo underneath
  • Wearing black pants
  • Wearing burgundy shoes      

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