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Man allegedly robs Canadian Tire with golf club, lit aerosol can: Halifax police

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A Nova Scotia man was arrested and charged after allegedly robbing a Canadian Tire store in Halifax.

Halifax Regional Police said in a Friday release that a man entered the store on Chain Lake Drive around 3:30 p.m. on Thursday.

He was allegedly carrying a golf club and a lit can of aerosol spray. Police say he threatened staff and demanded money.

“One staff member sustained non-life-threatening injuries,” read the release.

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The suspect then fled on foot “with an amount of cash,” and was arrested a short time later, police said.

Police said 30-year-old Jordan Bernard Burke McIntosh is facing 10 charges, including those for robbery, possession and assault with a weapon.

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He was set to appear in court Friday.

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