Toronto man arrested after bank robbery in South London, Ont. – London

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A bank robbery on London’s south side has resulted in multiple charges for a Toronto man.

London police say around 10.45am on Tuesday, a man entered a bank on Wellington Road and gave a teller a note demanding money.

Cash was provided to the suspect and as he left the bank, police allege he threatened another customer. No injuries have been reported.

The police received a description of the suspect and after a short search the suspect was found and arrested not far from the scene of the accident. All the stolen money was recovered.

A 38-year-old Toronto man has been charged with two counts of robbery with violence or threats, assault with a weapon, uttering threats, carrying a concealed weapon and public mischief to divert suspicion from himself.

The man is expected to appear in court in London on Wednesday on the charges.

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