UPDATED: Independent Investigations Office called to investigate arrest of NDCU robbery suspect

By Contributor
April 26th, 2014

The Nelson and District Credit Union was robbed Friday afternoon in a brazen mid-day holdup.

Nelson Police along with members of the RCMP attended the scene.

Here’s the press release from the Nelson Police Department recounting the day’s activities and the capturing of the suspect involved in the robbery.

On (Friday) April 25, 2014 at approximately 2:14 pm Nelson Police Department (NPD) members responded to a report of an Armed Robbery at the Nelson and District Credit Union. 

Officers pursued and located the male suspect (affected person) on a bridge in the Bonnington Dam area. The affected person did not comply with officers’ command to stop and he subsequently jumped over the bridge landing approximately 30-40- feet below.

The affected person sustained significant injuries. He was taken into custody and was to hospital for treatment.

Police said a second suspect was arrested in the Bonnington Dam area, but that suspect was not injured.
The RCMP Forensic Identification Unit was also on scene to assist with the follow up investigation. 

Due to the injuries sustained to the affected person, the Independent Investigations Office (IIO) was notified of the incident, and have asserted jurisdiction in the matter, and will be investigating.

The Nelson Police Department remains responsible for all concurrent investigations into the actions of the affected person.
The Nelson Police Department (NPD) would like to sincerely thank members of the general public for their diligence in forwarding information which assisted with the arrest of these individuals. 

NPD would also like to thank the RCMP for their assistance at the scene as well as subsequent follow up investigation.

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