The police are attempting to test GardaWorld's armed forces guards that were injured when the device exploded Scotiabank 160 Ave. at 82 Sv. about 2 o'clock in Edmonton on December 13, 2018.
The police are seeking suspects after armed robbery, armed guards on the north-east coast of Edmonton, which took place around Thursday afternoon.
Northeast Division Staff Sgt. Paul Czerwonka said that two guards who would kill life-threatening injuries while stealing overhead near 160 Avenue and 82 Street. Albert Health Services Representative Kerry Williamson said that the paramedics were delivering two patients to the hospital, including one adult male in a serious but stable position and one adult woman in a stable condition.
Czerwonka said that the police are still looking for at least one suspect who flew away with an unacceptable amount of money.
"There is only one we know about … but we do not know if there is more than one at that moment," said Czerwonka.
GardaWorld's armored fog, with warning lights blinking, was still on the southern side of Scotiabank, located at 8140 160 Ave NW, on Thursday morning.
"Our employees are now safe and in good hands," said GardaWorld. "We provide support to our employees, their families and colleagues at the branch, the GardaWorld corporate security team, in close cooperation with local authorities in the investigation."
The explosion is audible
Kevin Uchman, who lives directly across the road from the bank, said that he had heard what he described as a noise, for example, a waste bin has dropped from the garbage truck to the ground. At first he did not think of it until his wife, 20 minutes later, noticed police cars screaming against the bank.
Then they realized that Scotiabank was an explosion. He said he knew people working in the bank and that this was not the first when the bank was targeted by the thieves.
"We usually get this noise behind the strip mall, because garbage trucks always come and go and empty the waste. We just wiped it," said Uckman. "When we heard the explosion, we actually thought it was in our house, it was so loud."
"When we woke up and looked at the noise, we realized it was right in our yard. It's quite frightening. My first thought was what the world was. When something happens at your back, it's pretty annoying."
Edmonton Mill Woods MP Amarjeet Sohi issued a statement on social media Thursday morning
"Everything from Edmonton stands with two guards who were injured, as well as their families and friends," said Sohi. "My heartfelt thanks to the first defendants."
Police ask drivers to escape the area. Traffic is routed again.