Serial bank robber pleads guilty

Shaun Christopher Cornish has been sentenced to four years in prison after robbing multiple banks in Alberta and B.C.

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The man who went on a two-month bank robbing spree that ended in Grande Prairie has plead guilty.

According to the Langley Times, 28-year-old Shaun Cornish entered a guilty plea in Kamloops Supreme Court on November 18th. He is scheduled to make another appearance in January of 2017.

Cornish has been held in custody since his arrest in Grande Prairie at a motel on January 30th of 2015. He is accused of robbing a bank there on January 28th.

He has been charged with a total of 9 robberies across B.C., Alberta and Saskatchewan.

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