Charlottetown man charged with wearing disguise with intent for alleged attempted robbery

A Charlottetown man has been charged with attempted robbery, breach of probation and wearing a disguise with intent in connection with an attempted robbery at Needs Convenience Store at 180 Brackley Point Road.

The alleged incident occurred on Feb. 14

Charlottetown police said a man entered the store with his face covered and demanded some items, but nothing was taken. Police released a video on their website in an effort to locate the suspect. (Submitted by Charlottetown Police)

A Charlottetown man has been charged with attempted robbery, breach of probation and wearing a disguise with intent in connection with an incident at Needs Convenience Store at 180 Brackley Point Road. 

Charlottetown police allege the man entered the store with his face covered by a scarf and demanded some items, but nothing was taken. Police released a video on their website in an effort to locate a suspect.

The alleged incident occurred at around 6:40 a.m. on Feb. 14, police said.

A 23-year-old Charlottetown man was arrested on Saturday.  

He has been remanded into custody until his next court appearance on Feb. 28.

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With files by Angela Walker

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