Employees of gas stations and convenience stores must heave a sigh of relief this week as Chanvir Fangura, 25, of Mississauga was arrested and charged with 11 robberies, in all, he faces 32 criminal charges, including armed robbery, wearing a disguise, possession of a dangerous weapon, possession of stolen property, theft and dangerous driving.
Chanvir Fangura allegedly wore masks and menaced employees with a knife but in three of the 11 cases, he wielded an air pistol while demanding cash.
“Fearing for their safety, the victims complied with the demands and the man fled with a quantity of money,” according to a Toronto police news release announcing the arrest.
The robberies began August 14, the last was on September 7 after Toronto police stopped a stolen Dodge Caravan and arrested the driver. -CINEWS