Brantford resident arrested in ongoing Norfolk County robbery investigation

An Ontario Provincial Police vehicle. Lars Hagberg / The Canadian Press

The Ontario Provincial Police say a Brantford resident was taken into custody Wednesday in relation to an ongoing robbery investigation in Norfolk County that began in early March.

The robbery took place at a convenience store on James Street in Delhi on the morning of March 5, according to OPP.

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Police say a lone man entered the store while brandishing an “edged weapon” and demanded cash from the attendant.

The man was given a quantity of cash before fleeing, police said. The attendant did not suffer any injuries.

On Wednesday, police said a suspect was arrested at a Brantford home without incident.

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A 36-year-old Brantford resident has been charged with robbery with a weapon and disguise with intent.

Police say the accused remains in custody and is scheduled to make a court appearance in Simcoe at a later date.

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