On July 31st, 2013 at approximately 119 a.m. the Selkirk RCMP received a dispatch of an armed robbery at the “Kellys Bar” on Main Street in Selkirk. During the course of investigation it was learned that two males in hoodies had entered the bar and produced what appeared to he a handgun to the VLT cashier and demanded money. After taking an un-disclosed amount of money the two suspects left the area. Both males wore grey hoodies, one darker then the other, both wore black balaclavas. One of the suspects was approximately 5’7″ and the other 5’10”.
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