Halifax Regional Police has charged a man in connection with a bank robbery that occurred on September 8, 2016 in Bedford.
At 4:05 p.m. on September 8, Halifax Regional Police responded to a robbery at the Bank of Montreal at 620 Nine Mile Drive in Halifax. At 9:40 p.m. the same night, members of the West Quick Response Unit located a vehicle on Indigo Walk in Halifax that matched the description of the vehicle used in the Bank of Montreal robbery. The officers then observed three males on Lemon Walk that may have been involved in the robbery. The males fled on foot as the officers approached and one was taken in to custody after a foot pursuit. The other two males got in to a wooded area and could not be located even after deploying a K9 team
Investigators have charged 31-year-old Cory Frederick Salter of Dieppe New Brunswick with robbery with an imitation firearm, use of an imitation firearm in the commission of an offence, weapon dangerous to the public peace and several criminal breaches. He has been remanded to the Central Nova Scotia Correctional Facility and will be appearing in Halifax Court on Monday.