At 9:55 am Friday morning (March 18), Charlottetown Police Services responded to a complaint of robbery at a business location on St Peters Road.
Upon opening the business for the day, the employee located a lone male inside the building and had in his possession a small safe, two cash registers and was also holding a machete. The male fled on foot when confronted and headed east on Belmont Street.
The stolen items, some of the suspect clothing and the machete were located nearby and with the assistance of E-watch surveillance cameras the suspect was identified.
On Saturday night at approximately 11:20 pm, Charlottetown Police responded to a complaint of a male that was inside a shed at a residential property on Euston Street. Upon arrival, Police located the male suspect, whom was also the robbery suspect.
A 28 year old Charlottetown male has been charged with robbery, possession of a weapon for dangerous purposes, possession of a weapon while prohibited and breach of probation in relation to the St Peters Road robbery and charged with trespass at night, theft under $5000 dollars and breach of probation in relation to the Euston street shed complaint.
The accused has been remanded in custody and will appear in Provincial Court at 1:15pm Tuesday March 22.