UPDATED – Dryden Police Search For Bank Robber




A male was arrested last night in connection with a Robbery at the Bank of Montreal that occurred in Dryden on March 12, 2018. There is a joint investigation currently underway between the Dryden Police Service and the Kenora Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police. Details will be made available as the investigation continues.


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The Dryden Police Service is looking for this individual in relation to a robbery attempt at the Bank of Montreal today.

At 3:42 Monday March 12th, Dryden Police received a 911 call to the Bank of Montreal located on King Street after a male entered the Bank and demanded money while displaying a knife. The male fled the scene without obtaining any money and no one was physically hurt during this event.


Police are looking for a suspect described as:
โ€“ White male, approximately 6 feet tale, slim build
โ€“ Light coloured eyes, unblemished skin
โ€“ Wearing a black zippered weather resistant hooded jacket
โ€“ Light coloured jeans and grey and black work gloves with yellow trim
โ€“ Also wearing a black knitted balaclava pulled up to his nose

He was last seen on foot walking northbound on Whyte Avenue.

If you have any information or witnessed this crime youโ€™re asked to call the Dryden Police Service immediately at 807-223-3281.

Source: Dryden Police Service Release