Two men are facing charges following an armed robbery at an Oshawa convenience store Tuesday night. Durham Police say the suspects, wearing disguises and armed with a knife, assaulted the clerk at “Four Guys Variety” on Wilson Road south. The incident happened about 9:30. The clerk was treated for minor injuries, while the suspects, 21 year old Eric Holstead and 22 year old Richard Liscumb, were arrested shortly afterwards. Anyone with information is urged to call police at 905-579-1520, ext.5355 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).
One Response to “Two men arrested after armed convenience store robbery in Oshawa”
May 25th, 2012 at 10:26 am
i guess during the search the police saw me and thought i may have been apart of this because i was walking with my cat along
oshawa blvd when i noticed the heli.-cop-er scanning the wilson st. area East of where i was walking when the copchoper put its light on me then followed me an my cat to my street then a cruiser stopped an blocked off oshawa blvd an adilaide then a cop car behind me pulling into the dead end street with a passenger then he came from dead end street alone and was stopped 19 ft infront of me i couldn’t hear him nor see him because the lights from his car were blinding me an the copchoper was too loud so i began to walk closer to the cop car to ask w.t.f., when he screamed at me to stay there i thought for sure i was going to get a gun in my face he then asked me my name i gave it an then told him i live here he then contacted the chopper an it flashed its lights in my eyes then the cop yelled at me to go home with out explaining wtf was that about that i may be in danger nothing he was rude but at least they caught the bad guys