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Man considered armed and dangerous arrested in Prince Albert, Sask.

Glen Frederick Halkett was wanted by Saskatchewan RCMP in connection to an armed robbery on Aug. 7. Saskatchewan RCMP / Supplied

A man considered armed and dangerous by Saskatchewan RCMP has been caught.

Glen Frederick Halkett was wanted in connection with an armed robbery on Aug. 7.

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Police said a man approached a car pulled over on the side of a road in the RM of Buckland and fired a shot at the driver.

Halkett is then reported to have taken the car.

A warrant was issued for Halkett’s arrest on charges including robbery with a firearm and using a firearm during the commission of an offence.

He was arrested Monday morning by Prince Albert police.

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RCMP said Halkett may be involved in another vehicle theft on the morning of Aug. 11.

In that incident, investigators said a firearm was used in the theft of a white truck in the RM of Buckland.

Police said the truck was located, however, officers were unable to stop the vehicle.

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