North Bay Police are looking for a male who robbed a convenience store on Cassells Street around 8 pm on Saturday night.

Police say he entered the store wearing a disguise and holding a knife in his hand.

He demanded money from the clerk and left after receiving approximately 100 dollars cash

.He is described as 6’0-6’3, thin build, middle aged, white male and he had long hair tied in a bun under the mask.

Police say he was wearing a grey sweater with a white shirt underneath, grey track pants, flip flops and white or grey socks and a black mask with only eye slots.

Police say the man left the store on foot and was last observed in the area of First Avenue West heading towards Fraser Street.

Anyone with information is asked to call North Bay Police.

(break and enter)

North Bay Police say there were 3 break and enter incidents between Friday and Sunday.

The first one was at a business on Cholette Street with $50 stolen.

The 2nd was at a Main St. West business. Police say early Saturday morning entry was gained through a rear door.

Stolen from the business was a jewelry box containing several thousand dollars’ worth of assorted jewelry.

It has been determined that two persons entered the location.

The final one was at a Northshore Road residence.

Police say it took place on Sunday.

Police say the victim had been away for several days and when upon return noted the rear door of the residence was not secure.

Police determined that entry had been gained and six non-restricted firearms were stolen.

(photo taken by station staff)

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