Police in Saskatoon say another suspect, the third of four, has been arrested in connection with the brazen — and violent — daylight robbery of a jewelry store in 2014.
The suspect, a 23-year-old man, was arrested by police in Montreal and will be transported to Saskatoon to answer to charges of robbery, wearing a disguise while committing a crime and conspiracy to commit arson.
A fourth suspect in the case, who is also from Montreal, is still on the loose.
According to police, four men wielding crowbars smashed the interior of a Birks store on the 100 block of 3rd Avenue S, on Feb. 14, 2014. They took off with a bunch of Rolex watches and other jewelry.
About 90 minutes after the robbery, a vehicle was found — on fire — near Bottomly Avenue and Osler Street. Police said the events were connected.