Two people robbed at gunpoint in Winnipeg's North End

Two separate people were robbed at gunpoint late Tuesday evening in Winnipeg’s North End.

A young male adult and two minors arrested in the Flora Avenue and Andrew Street area, police say

Three arrested in connection with armed robbery in Winnipeg's North End Tuesday evening. (CBC)

Two people were robbed at gunpoint late Tuesday evening in Winnipeg’s North End.

Police reported Wednesday two separate incidences of people having been held up at gunpoint near Andrews Street and Flora Avenue. 

The police tactical support team and other units arrived to the area shortly after the call to find the two victims uninjured.
Investigators apprehended and charged 18-year-old Winnipeg resident Clarence Ross-Sinclair, and two young males 14 and 16 years of age, in connection with weapons and robbery related offences Tuesday evening in Winnipeg's North End.

Three suspects were located around 11:45 p.m. Tuesday around the Flora Avenue and McGregor Street intersection where a sawed-off shotgun was recovered.

Investigators charged an 18-year-old man from Winnipeg with several weapons and robbery-related offences in connection with the incident.

He was detained at the Winnipeg Remand Centre.

The two other male suspects, 14 and 16 years of age, have been detained at the Manitoba Youth Centre and charged with several counts of robbery and weapons-related offences.