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Gatineau
police arrested a 30-year-old man after he allegedly robbed a corner store late
Monday night.



At approximately
10:40 p.m., a knife-wielding man entered a corner store at 110 St. Raymond Blvd. and demanded cash, said Gatineau
Police Const. Isabelle Poirier.



He fled on foot, but was intercepted by police. The cash was recovered and
there were no injuries in the incident.



The suspect now faces robbery charges.