A woman who was charged in connection with a string of robberies in St. John's and Mount Pearl in October was released on bail with conditions.
Lynn Noseworthy, 35, is accused of robbing 10 small businesses — five gas bars, three convenience stores, and two pizzerias — nine of which she hit during an eight-and-a-half hour period.
She was charged with 20 counts of robbery, attempted robbery, and wearing a mask.
Noseworthy was released Thursday on $2,500 bail with multiple conditions. She has to report to the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary daily, has a curfew from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., and has to keep clear of the businesses that she's charged with robbing or attempting to rob.
Noseworthy is due back in court in January.