Tim Horton’s robbery remains unsolved

Courtney Dickson, Roving Editor Ω

According to information obtained by The Omega via a freedom of information request, sometime between Nov. 2 at 5:20 p.m. and Nov. 5 at 7:00 a.m. the Tim Horton’s/Extreme Pita in Old Main was broken into and robbed. $1,575.20 was stolen and total damages to the location was an estimated $3,575.20.

Two cash registers and their contents were stolen.

RCMP reported there to be little evidence left behind, other than a knife under the sliding gate surrounding the counter, damage to the door handle and soft drinks on the counter.

RCMP believe the point of entry was under the sliding gate, as there was no sign of forced entry.