Woman wanted in Vancouver pot shop robbery

Police are looking for 23-year-old Brittany Ulmer-Wightman

Vancouver police have identified a fourth suspect in the Oct. 16 robbery of the Stressed and Depressed marijuana store.

Brittany Ulmer-Wightman, 23, is wanted for robbery, use of an imitation firearm and for sex assault. Three men have already been arrested in the incident and remain in custody.

“Four people entered and robbed the store of product and cash,” said VPD Cst. Jason Doucette. One staff member was injured, but did not require medical treatment.

Ulmer-Wightman is believed to be from Surrey. Anyone who sees her, or knows of her whereabouts, is asked to call VPD immediately at 604-717-3321.

 

 

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