A 51-year-old man charged in two armed robberies at local Servus Credit Union branches is also alleged to be responsible for other robberies in Alberta.
Branches of the credit union were robbed on July 9 and Oct. 4.
Philip Glen Noel is charged with two counts of robbery, two counts of committing an offence while masked, possession of a weapon dangerous to the public, possession of property obtained by crime and four counts of breach of a recognizance.
Noel has been remanded in custody. His first appearance in Red Deer provincial court is set for Oct. 22.
Police are asking for the public’s assistance to identify the businesses where Noel has been purchasing his disguises. RCMP are not disclosing the locations of the credit union branches that Noel is charged with robbing.
Anyone with information on where he purchased clothing or other accessories should contact Const. Ian Ihme with the RCMP’s Serious Crime Unit at 403-406-2436. RCMP are circulating photographs of a man in several disguises.