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Updated: Sudbury Police looking for man who robbed Domino's, Burger King Saturday night

Greater Sudbury Police Service say there is no threat to public safety, investigation continues

Updated: Nov. 15 at 3:40 p.m.

Greater Sudbury Police Service said it appears the same suspect was involved in both robberies. The suspect is described as a Caucasian male, 6-0 tall and wearing a blue Under Aarmour sweater, yellow and red baseball cap, dark pants and black runners with white soles. He was also wearing a blue surgical face mask.  

Anyone with information is asked to phone Greater Sudbury Police at 705-675-9171.

Updated Nov. 15 at 11:17 a.m.

Greater Sudbury Police Service has confirmed two robberies occurred on Nov. 14 at Domino's Pizza and Burger King on Notre Dame Avenue.

The two robberies happened within minutes of each other around 10 p.m.

In regards to claims made online by residents who said they heard popping noises like gunshots or fireworks Saturday night, Greater Sudbury Police told neither robbery involved a firearm.

"There were no guns in relation to either of these incidents," Staff Sergeant Sherry Young said. "The first (incident), there was an edge weapon and in the second (incident) there was no weapon seen."

No one was injured in either incident. 

Police searched the area with help from the K9 unit and believe there is no threat to the public. 

The two robberies are still under investigation.

Anyone with information is asked to phone Greater Sudbury Police at 705-675-9171.


Greater Sudbury Police Service said they are investigating two incidents that occured back-to-back in the Flour Mill area last night. 

Police have provided little information at this time other than a post on Twitter on Nov. 14 around 10:44 p.m.

"Heavy police presence on Notre Dame between Cambrian Heights Dr. and Leslie St. Police investigating 2 incidents that occurred back to back," the tweet said.

"At this time police believe there is no immediate threat to the public. Please remain away from area as police continue to investigate."

Residents who live in the area took to social media to describe what they saw. 

Under a post made by 92.7 ROCK's Facebook page, Amber Pierini said she heard what she thought was fireworks around 11:30 p.m., while other commenters like Jesse Dubreuil said it seemed to be 22 shots.

Shyla Daisy said there was heavy police presence in front of Burger King and Domino's Pizza on Notre Dame. has reached out to Greater Sudbury Police Service for more details about the incidents and will update this story as more information becomes available.