The investigation of the March 25th armed robbery in Hanover at the Circle K convenient store has led to an arrest warrant.
An arrest warrant is out 28 year old Justin Dart of no fixed address in relation to the March 25th Armed Robbery at the Circle K Convenience Store in Hanover. ( 464 10th street)
Dart is charged with one count of Armed Robbery, one count of Wearing a Disguise, one count of Using an Imitation Firearm while Committing an Offence and Possession of a Weapon for A Dangerous Purpose.
The police investigation determined that on March 25th, at approximately 2:20 am, a lone male suspect entered the Circle K Convenience Store, brandished a firearm and immediately demanded money from the
After receiving a small amount of money, police report that the suspect fled the scene on foot.
No physical injuries were sustained by anyone during the robbery.
A search of the area was completed with the assistance of the Ontario Provicial Police Emergency Response Team and their K9 Unit that resulted in evidence being located in a nearby yard.
Police have recovered what is believed to be the imitation firearm used in the robbery.
Police Chief Chris Knoll strongly encourages Dart to contact Hanover Police and surrender.
Dart has ties with Hanover, Orangeville, Perth County, Wellington County, Newmarket and Georgina.
Knoll says anyone with information on Justin Dart or his location should contact the Hanover Police Service or their local law enforcement agency.
Tips can also be submitted through Crime Stoppers online or at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477)
Knoll cautions the public not to approach Dart, simply to report him to the authorities.