They got him – serial bank robber arrested in Guelph as he walked out of a bank he had just robbed with cash in his pockets

Crime 100By Staff

April 16, 2014


Halton Regional Police investigators have arrested the serial bank robber who has targeted banks in Burlington, Oakville and Kitchener over the past four months.


Police said the man in this picture had no fixed address when he was arrested for bank robbery.  He has an address now – jail.

On Tuesday April 15th, 2014, police followed a suspect to Guelph where he was observed entering a Bank of Montreal on Wyndham Street before an arrest could be effected.  The suspect exited the bank several minutes later and was arrested without incident at which time it was revealed that he had just committed a robbery inside the bank.  All money from this robbery was recovered.

Arrested: Danny William MILLER (49 yrs) of No Fixed Address  (Held for Bail Hearing)

Charged with: Robbery (Nine Counts) contrary to Section 344 of the Criminal Code and
Wear Disguise while committing robbery (Nine Counts), contrary to Section 351(2) of the Criminal Code.

Bank staff in Burlington and surrounding communities will be a lot more at ease.

Background links:

BMO on Brant Street robbed.

Police believe they are looking for a serial bank robber.



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