Police have arrested a man who allegedly robbed a local bank in southern Ontario.
RCMP say the alleged bank robber was wanted for the bank robbery of a convenience store in Brampton on Sept. 19.
RCMP allege the bank was robbed by a man they believe was connected to a bank robbery in Bramoxington, Ont., in 2016.
Police say the suspect fled on foot.
In the aftermath of the incident, the man was identified by police as 35-year-old Christopher Eberhard of Toronto.
Eberhart is facing multiple charges including bank robbery, armed robbery, breach of probation and breaching the terms of his bail conditions.
The bank robbery is being investigated by Peel Regional Police, which is also leading the investigation.
Ebert is due to appear in court in Bramport on Nov. 19 to face charges including robbery with a weapon, forcible confinement and robbery.