Images posted online by Campbell River Crime Stoppers show a man police are seeking after a robbery occurred at the Jolly Giant convenience store on Jan. 21.

UPDATE: Arrest made in robbery of Campbell River’s Jolly Giant convenience store

27-year-old man slated to appear in court today

Police have arrested a 27-year-old man in connection with the robbery of Campbell River’s Jolly Giant convenience store.

Campbell River RCMP say the Campbell River man will appear in court today for the charge of robbery.

Campbell River CrimeStoppers distributed a photo of a man the police were asking for information about after someone robbed the Jolly Giant convenience store in Campbell River on Monday.

The theft happened just before 3 p.m., when a man “attended the Jolly Giant and robbed the store by forcefully taking money from the till,” according to Campbell River Crime Stoppers.

READ MORE: Campbell River Crime Stoppers posts images of alleged theft from vehicle

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Images released by Crime Stoppers show a man wearing a black and grey jacket, beige hoodie, red toque and blue jeans.

 

Images posted online by Campbell River Crime Stoppers show a man police are seeking after a robbery occurred at the Jolly Giant convenience store on Jan. 21.

Images posted online by Campbell River Crime Stoppers show a man police are seeking after a robbery occurred at the Jolly Giant convenience store on Jan. 21.

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