On the night of Monday June 3rd, 2013, an armed suspect entered the Road House Eatery on Portage Avenue in Headingley. The suspect was dressed in a black long sleeved shirt, black pants, and black boots. The suspect had their face and head covered with a black paintball helmet and face shield. The suspect wielded a black pistol (possibly semi automatic) in his right hand as he entered the restaurant through the front door. The suspect told the worker, “I need $300.00, take the money, take the money,” several times. Once the suspect had the money, he fled on foot out the front doors. The suspect is described as a Caucasian male between 5’4″ and 5’5″, with a slim build, and walks with his feet pointed outwards.
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