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Police arrest suspect in northeast Calgary bank heist

Police have charged a man in connection with a bank robbery that happened on April 1 in northeast Calgary.

Masked man robbed Bank of Montreal branch on April 1

Police said Friday they have arrested a man suspected of being the person, pictured here on surveillance video, who robbed a bank in northeast Calgary on April 1. (Calgary Police Service)

Police have charged a man in connection with a bank robbery that happened on April 1 in northeast Calgary.

A masked man entered the Bank of Montreal at 3690 Westwinds Drive N.E. at about 2 p.m. on April 1 and demanded money while making threats, police said in a release.

No one was injured.

Police released surveillance images of the man the following day, asking the public for help in identifying the culprit.

On Aug. 6, Navado Roy Wood, 30, was arrested and charged with one count of robbery of a financial institution and one count of using a disguise with intent.

He is set to appear in court on Aug. 21.

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