Canada Four injured, two arrested after bank robbery suspects crash stolen car in East Vancouver

07:40  05 february  2018
07:40  05 february  2018 Source:   vancouversun.com

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One of two people suspected of robbing two banks in East Vancouver Saturday has been charged. Jordan Anthony Doddridge, 23, is charged with two counts of robbery . Vancouver Police is also recommending charges against his female companion.

Two suspected bank robbers were arrested Saturday after a crash in East Vancouver that sent four innocent people to hospital with minor injuries . Vancouver police received a report of a bank robbery on Commercial Drive just after 1 p.m

One of two people suspected of robbing two banks in East Vancouver Saturday has been charged.

Jordan Anthony Doddridge, 23, is charged with two counts of robbery. Vancouver Police is also recommending charges against his female companion.

Both suspects were arrested Saturday afternoon after a multi-vehicle crash that sent four people to hospital, including one with serious injuries.

Police received a report of a bank robbery on Commercial Drive just after 1 p.m, and a second robbery 30 minutes later on East Broadway and Commercial.

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Vancouver police are investigating after a crash stemming from alleged bank robberies sent four bystanders to hospital on Saturday. The first reported robbery happened on Commercial Drive just after 1 p.m. PT, according to police.

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The suspects were driving a stolen Porsche Cayenne, police were told, and it did not take them long to find the vehicle, which was involved in a collision with four other vehicles on Clark Drive and East 1st Avenue just minutes after the second robbery.

Two police vehicles that were in the area blocked the Cayenne to prevent its escape, and officers swiftly arrested the man and woman inside.

Four people who were passengers in one vehicle were taken to hospital for what was originally described as minor injuries. On Sunday, police said one of the passengers, a woman in her 50’s visiting from Brazil, sustained serious but non-life-threatening injuries.

Doddridge remains in custody and is scheduled to appear in court on February 7.

VPD’s major crime and collision investigation units are investigating. Anyone with information about the robberies and the crash, including those who may have dash cam footage, is asked to call police at 604-717-3012 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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