SURREY, B.C. — A man wanted in Surrey, B.C., for wearing a unique disguise during a bank robbery is now in custody.
RCMP say the 39-year-old Surrey resident has been identified and arrested.
Police asked for public help identifying the man following the heist at a financial institution near the Guildford Town Centre on Dec. 29.
The man was wearing a patterned dress, white wool sweater, a long blond, curly wig and a pink toque that partially obscured his face.
In a release issued Tuesday, Mounties confirmed the man was in custody, but did not release his name or say what led them to him.
The Canadian Press