Fourth suspect arrested in pot shop robbery

Brittany Ulmer-Wightman was arrested by Surrey RCMP early Sunday morning.

Brittany Ulmer-Wightman is wanted in connection to a robbery at the Stressed and Depressed marijuana store.

The final suspect in October’s robbery of the Stressed and Depressed marijuana shop has been arrested by Surrey RCMP following an appeal to the public for her whereabouts.

Brittany Ulmer-Wightman, 23, was arrested early Sunday morning by Surrey RCMP in connection to the marijuana store robbery that occurred on the evening of Oct. 16. Suspects stole cash and product from the business.

Ulmer-Wightman was charged with robbery, use of an imitation firearm in commission of offence and sexual assault. She will await her next court appearance in Vancouver Jail.

Three other men remain in custody since their arrest on Oct. 22 in connection with the pot shop robbery.

 

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