Police in Yellowknife say a man has been charged in connection with an alleged robbery at a downtown bank.
On the afternoon of February 13, a reported armed robbery took place at the First Nations Bank of Canada on 48 Street.
Witnesses described a man with a knife requesting money.
An undisclosed amount of cash was handed to the man, police said, before he fled on foot in the direction of the downtown core.
Following a five-month investigation, police on Thursday said a 34-year-old Yellowknife resident named Robin Kelly has been charged in connection to the incident.
Kelly faces charges of robbery with a weapon, disguise with intent to commit a crime, and possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose.
Kelly was due to appear in court on Thursday.