BOWDEN, Alta. - A police manhunt is over in central Alberta for a suspect in an armed robbery at a campground.
RCMP from Innisfail had surrounded an area near Bowden late Thursday and asked residents to stay inside their homes.
Dillon Bristow, 20, of Innisfail, was considered armed and dangerous.
He was taken into custody on a warrant for robbery with a firearm and trafficking cocaine.
Police say no one was injured during the arrest.
The drama began about supper time when officers received a complaint about a stolen vehicle driving erratically on the Queen Elizabeth II Highway.
The vehicle had earlier been involved in a hit-and-run near Penhold.
RCMP found the vehicle abandoned in a rural area and a police dog tracked the suspect to a greenhouse.
Last weekend, RCMP said two people tried to rob a person at gunpoint at a campground west of Innisfail. One of the thieves allegedly fired a gun into the ground before driving off in a stolen pickup truck.
Michael Holt, 33, of Red Deer was arrested earlier this week in Bowden and has been charged with possession of property obtained by crime and possession of cocaine.
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