$100K (Cdn) If You Know This Guy

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  1. kippy

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    http://kitchener.ctvnews.ca/reward-for-vaulter-bandit-bank-robber-raised-to-100-000-1.2375908

    Reward for 'Vaulter Bandit' bank robber raised to $100,000

    he Canadian Press
    Published Friday, May 15, 2015 12:40PM EDT
    AURORA, Ont. -- The Canadian Bankers Association is doubling its reward to $100,000 for a bank robber that police have dubbed the Vaulter.
    York Regional Police and Peel Regional Police joined the association Friday at a news conference in Aurora, just north of Toronto, to make the announcement.
    Det.-Sgt. Mike Fleischaker of the York holdup squad said the robber became known as the vaulter for jumping over the counter during robberies -- 19 across Canada over the past five years.
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    A poster shows various disguises worn by the 'vaulter bandit.' (York Regional Police)
    The most recent was in Peel Region, west of Toronto.
    Police released new images in the hope someone will recognize the bandit. They plan to contact hotels and motels in areas where the robberies have been committed.
    Police say the suspect should be considered armed and dangerous.
    Fleischaker said the bandit works alone, and is believed to carry a police scanner and scout locations well before striking and leaving the area.
    Past rewards and appeals the public have generated leads, but have not lead police to the suspect.
    "We've generated well over 100 persons of interest, a large number of these persons of interest bear a very similar resemblance to the vaulter bandit," Fleischaker said.
    "Facial recognition attempts through several different databases have proven to be negative. Geographical and other types of profiling have been done to identify who our suspect might be. Predictive analysis has been done as well as a number of other traditional investigative steps."
    Investigators from the Toronto area, Ottawa, Hamilton, and Calgary say they're working together to make images of the robber public in the hopes that someone will be able to identify him.
    Last year, Toronto police Det. Sgt. Mike Earl described the suspect as very athletic -- jumping over bank counters like a hurdler while holding a handgun.
    Police say the robber first struck in York Region north of Toronto in February 2010 and since then has hit banks in Mississauga, Hamilton, Vaughan, Toronto and Ottawa, as well as some in Calgary.
    Last June, the Canadian Bankers Association raised the reward to $50,000 from $20,000.





     
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  2. treyphan77

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    "Because that's where the money is." Criminal Willie Sutton when questioned as to why he robbed banks.
     
  4. Just Me

    Just Me Well-Known Member

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    I'm always amazed by the fact that bank robbers always get way more time in prison than most murderers.
     
  5. FishySausage

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    :secret: shows you who REALLY runs things
     
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    ExaRctly. End rant.
     
  7. big pug

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    I have no idea what 100K Canadian dollars is worth, is that like $12 USD or 20 million Turkish Lira?
     
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    he sort of looks like if High Pitch Eric, if he lost like 300 pounds.
     
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    That looks older than 50 :bigcry:
     
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    They must really want him because Canada is cheap. They give their Big Brother winner only $100K, we give them $500K
     
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    Actually, the Canadian Dollar has more value than the U.S. Dollar. That reward would equal about $108,000 USD.

    Ain't that some shit?
     
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    I think your math is off. Current trading is .83 CDN to $1US so the reward is $83,000 US dollars when converted.

    http://www.bankofcanada.ca/rates/exchange/daily-converter/
     
  13. DuckDong

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    Capitalism must be protected, life not so much
     
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    As if you really needed the "white" descriptor when describing someone from canada
     
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    smichal A1 Dick Game

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    it fluctuates.
    I think I remember hearing that this guy jumps over the bank counter.
     
  16. Getthepoisonout

    Getthepoisonout I regret my username

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    As of today about $83,000 USD.
     
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    The vaulter is..........

    A SURFER!!

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    Weight in pounds, and height in feet/inches? :bigthink

    I was under the impression that the Metric system is in full effect in the Great White North. Mrs Coktoaston's family references height in centimeters
     
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    5' 10" and 190 lb ?
    This guy needs to lose some weight Robin.
    He must be spending all of his bank robbery money on food.
     
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    Never stuck with height and weigh except on drivers licences etc.
     
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