Toronto: The Toronto police have arrested a man, who was out on release order, for nine bank robberies over the past three months.
Accused Daniel Clatney, 59, of Toronto, has been charged with four counts of Robbery With Firearm, five counts of Robbery, nine counts of Disguise With Intent and nine counts of Fail to comply by the police.
According to the police, on November 4, 2022 and January 30, 2023, officers responded to seven robbery and hold up calls in the South Etobicoke and Southwest Old Toronto areas.
Police said that a man entered the banks and approached the tellers wearing a mask to disguise his identity the man indicated he was armed with a gun and demanded cash. He produced a handgun in several of the incidents and in six of the seven robberies, accused obtained a quantity of cash and fled the banks.
Similarly, on Thursday, February 2, 2023, the Toronto Police released a request for the public’s assistance locating the wanted male.
Subsequently, continuing its investigation and determined that the same man was also involved in two more similar bank robberies that occurred on Thursday, January 12 and Thursday, February 2, 2023, police arrested Daniel Clatney.