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Two arrested after string of robberies

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Two suspects have been arrested by Winnipeg police on charges relating to three robberies since Nov. 24.

Corbin Findlay, 18, and Desmond Duguid, 29, were arrested following a robbery on Dec. 20 at a convenience store on Osborne Street.

Police said one of the men was apprehended by a citizen following the robbery until police arrived. The other fled in a vehicle and crashed it into a curb on Gertrude Avenue, and was then taken into police custody.

The two men are also facing charges over the robbery of a convenience store on Archibald Street on Dec. 18, and the robbery of a gas bar on Regent Avenue on Nov. 24.

Duguid is facing three robbery charges, two charges of wearing a disguise with intent, and three charges of breach of probation.

Findlay was charged with two counts each of robbery and wearing a disguise, as well as fleeing from a police officer and dangerous operation of a motor vehicle.

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