Regina man wanted on Canada-wide warrant arrested after alleged robbery

The Regina Police Service is looking for help from the public in locating a maroon-coloured Nissan that was driving 183 km/h in a construction zone. The incident occurred at around 8:30 p.m. on Sunday at Ring Road and Wascana Parkway.
The Regina Police Service arrested Kurtis Clayton Thomas, 19, following a robbery on Friday night. Thomas was wanted on a Canada-wide warrant. File / Global News

A Regina man wanted on a Canada-wide warrant was arrested and charged on Friday night after allegedly robbing a food delivery driver.

Regina police said Kurtis Clayton Thomas, 19, robbed a male the driver, 35, in a parking lot in the area of Hamilton Street and Victoria Avenue shortly before 8 p.m.

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Thomas reportedly approached the vehicle, got in the passenger side and assaulted the driver, police said.

The driver called police after Thomas left the vehicle – officers were able to locate him shortly after and made the arrest, police said.

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Thomas is charged with robbery and identity fraud with intent to avoid arrest.

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He made his first court appearance on Monday morning.