A preliminary inquiry for the man accused of attempted robbery at the CIBC bank in November 2017 will continue on Dec. 13. File image

Preliminary inquiry for CIBC robbery suspect will resume Dec. 13

The inquiry began on Sept. 28, was adjourned to Oct. 10 to set a date for its continuation

A preliminary inquiry into the case involving an attempted bank robbery at CIBC in November 2017 will continue on Thursday, Dec. 13 in Williams Lake Provincial Court.

Christopher Michael Swain faces one charge of robbery and one charge of wearing a disguise with intent to commit an offence in relation to an incident that took place the afternoon of Nov. 28 at the CIBC on Oliver Street in Williams Lake.

The inquiry got underway on Friday, Sept. 28 and was adjourned later that day until Wed., Oct. 10 to set a date for the inquiry to continue.

Read more: Preliminary inquiry underway for CIBC bank robbery suspect

It is expected that six witnesses will testify for the case.

There is a publication ban in place for all evidence presented during the inquiry.



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