2 males robbed at knifepoint while waiting for a bus, cops call for assistance
One victim's bank card was used to make a purchase nearby
Hamilton police are looking for help from the public in identifying suspects who, they say, robbed two males at knifepoint in August as they were waiting for a bus.
It happened just after 5 a.m. on Aug. 30, police say, when two males waiting for a bus near Main street and Osler Drive were threatened by a group of males armed with a knife.
The group exited a vehicle and threatened the two males, who turned over their wallets before the group drove off in a white, four-door sedan.
No one was injured.
The bank card of one victim was used within minutes at a gas station nearby to make a purchase, where the suspect was captured on the store's surveillance.
The suspect is described as male, in his early twenties with a medium build and dark hair.
Anyone with information is asked to contact crime stoppers.