Man charged in Hagersville, Ont., area robbery and carjacking

HAGERSVILLE- Provincial police say a man is facing charges for allegedly carjacking a vehicle in Hagersville, Ont., and then robbing a store on a nearby First Nation. Police say they got a call around 1:30 p.m. on Feb. 3 from a woman reporting her vehicle had been taken at knifepoint several minutes earlier. Two minutes later OPP officers responded to a report that a man with a gun had robbed a variety store a few kilometres away on Mississauga’s of the New Credit First Nation. OPP say the vehicle was located behind a building in Hagersville three days later and sent for forensic examination, which led to identification of a suspect. They say a 30-year-old Norfolk County, Ont., man was arrested on Wednesday afternoon and charged with two counts of…

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