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ROBBERY SUSPECT ARRESTED BY THUNDER BAY POLICE
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ROBBERY SUSPECT ARRESTED BY THUNDER BAY POLICE

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO  ~~~~~  August 12, 2022 (LSNews)  Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers responded to a robbery call yesterday, Thursday August 11,2022 after a woman was threatened with violence and robbed. 

Officers arrested a male suspect on probation with outstanding criminal charges  from December 8,2021 of:

  • -possession of stolen TV
  • -breach of probation 

A 22 year old JARED BELMORE has been criminally charged with:

  • -robbery
  • -breach of probation X 2

BELMORE spent the night in custody at Balmoral Police Station and was transported to the Thunder Bay Jail today, Friday August 12,2022

BELMORE has a court appearance on Monday August 15,2022

TBPS Media Relations Coordinator Scott Paradis has stopped notifying the public about most robberies. 

READ MORE ON JARED BELMORE BELOW 

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November 7,2021

TBPS OFFICERS ARREST MAN WANTED FOR HOME BREAK & ENTER

TBPS MEDIA RELATIONS COORDINATOR SCOTT PARADIS IS NOT TELLING THE PUBLIC AGAIN 

Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers responded to a theft call at the Real Canadian Superstore yesterday, Saturday November 6,2021 

Upon arrival, they located the thief and made the arrest.  

A 21 year old JARED BELMORE was arrested. 

BELMORE was also wanted for an October 26,2021 break & enter at a home in the 400 block of Fourth Avenue in Thunder Bay. 

BELMORE spent the night in a cell at Balmoral Police Station and appeared by phone in Bail Court this morning, Sunday November 7,2021

BELMORE was on 2 previous bail releases from September 22,2021 & October 12,2021 for several thefts, possession of stolen property & breach charges. 

He has an extensive criminal record starting in 2018. 

BELMORE was remanded into custody and transported to the Thunder Bay Jail. 

He has another court appearance tomorrow. 

TBPS Media Relations Coordinator Scott Paradis is not telling the public again. 

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