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Man allegedly steals liquor from someone in Kamloops parking lot

The suspect remains behind bars following the incident

  • Apr. 29, 2020 1:00 p.m.

-Kamloops this Week

A 37-year-old Kamloops man will remain behind bars for at least three months after allegedly forcefully stealing a bottle of liquor last week from someone in a downtown parking lot.

The alleged incident took place over the noon hour on April 24 in a parking lot on Seymour Street.

Alan James Gladue was subsequently arrested and charged with one count of robbery.

Following a brief appearance in Kamloops provincial court on Wednesday, Gladue’s file was adjourned to July 28. He remains in custody.

READ MORE: Kamloops residents help police tackle machete-wielding theft suspect

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