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Police arrest Victoria man for robbing Langford bank

An alleged bank robber was arrested Thursday by Victoria police.

The department’s focused enforcement team took a 37-year-old Victoria man into custody the day after a CIBC branch at 2978 Jacklin Rd. in Langford was held up on Nov. 30.

Investigators say the suspect did not produce a weapon during the robbery and left with an undisclosed amount of cash. No one was injured.

Information from West Shore RCMP led Victoria officers to the 800-block of Pandora Ave., where the suspect was arrested.

Noel Doddridge faces one charge of robbery and is scheduled to be in court on Thursday.

 

 

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