Man struck retailer worker with hatchet throughout theft try, Victoria police say

VICTORIA—Police in Victoria say a person who allegedly attacked a retailer worker with a hatchet he tried to steal is going through a number of costs following his arrest.

Police say an worker who tried to cease the person from leaving with out paying for varied gadgets was struck with the hatchet and ended up with non-life-threatening accidents.

The Victoria Police Division says in a launch two clients stepped in to disarm the suspect, who then grabbed a field containing Remembrance Day poppies whereas confronting the injured worker.

Police say one other workers member who intervened was additionally assaulted and suffered non-life-threatening accidents earlier than the person escaped and was adopted by the shop supervisor, who was hit with a big rock.

The division says officers acknowledged the person from surveillance video and discovered he was wished on province-wide warrants together with sexual assault and assaulting a police officer.

Police say Gary Reno of Fort Nelson faces costs of weapons possession, theft and assault inflicting bodily hurt.

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