CALGARY — A man suspected of pulling off robberies at five Calgary banks over a five-day period has been arrested.
Police say the 25-year-old man had been wanted on several Canada-wide warrants when he was taken into custody without incident overnight.
The first robbery occurred last Thursday afternoon at a Bank of Montreal branch and was followed by separate holdups of CIBC outlets on Friday and Saturday afternoon.
A TD Canada Trust branch and a Scotiabank outlet were held up in less than half an hour on Monday.
In each case, a note was produced indicating the robber had a weapon.
Quentin Mark Brown is also wanted on a Canada-wide warrant issued by the Correctional Service of Canada for allegedly violating his parole.