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11 March 2016 Warning - this news article expired on 2016-04-11. Information may no longer be accurate or applicable

Belleville Ont, The Belleville Police Service is currently investigating 2 major incidents that took place in the city with in a very short time frame. The first Incident occurred shortly before 2 pm at Quinte Secondary School where a firearm was discharged. There were no injuries. The school entered into lockdown as per protocol but the lockdown was lifted by 330 pm


The second incident occurred at approx.205 pm at the Royal Bank located at 241 Front Street downtown Belleville. The male brandished a firearm and demanded money from staff. The male left the bank with an undisclosed amount of money. The firearm was not discharged and there were no injuries. The bank remains closed as police investigate.


The male is described as

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    25-35 years of age

  • Slim build

  • 5’ 10’ to 6’

  • Unshaven with a darker goatee

  • Pale skin

  • Short dark hair

  • Black ball cap

  • Sunglasses

  • Long sleeve black shirt

  • Dark grey Sierra Design Vest

  • Light grey pants

  • Grey hiking boots with black toe caps

  • Had a black backpack



    Please see attached photos





    The Belleville Police Service Criminal Investigations Branch- Major Crimes Unit is continuing the investigation. Anyone with information regarding these incidents is asked to contact Detective Constable Pat Kellar at 613 966-0882 Ext 2311 or CrimeStoppers