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Halifax police identify suspect in Bluenose Market robbery

Alicia Draus/Global News

Halifax police are seeking a suspect following a robbery reported at the Bluenose Market on Saturday afternoon.

Police say the robbery took place at a store on Titus Street just before 2 p.m.

A man entered the store and said he had a gun, police say. Police add the gun wasn’t seen.

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The suspect took cash and fled, police say. No one was injured, they add.

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According to police, the suspect fled on foot and the clothing he was wearing during the robbery was later found in the area by police officers.

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Police say they have identified a suspect and are making efforts to bring him into custody.

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