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Man accused of attempting to rob two stores in Quesnel appears in court

   Charges have now been laid against a man who is accused of threatening employees at a hardware store in Quesnel with a knife.
   36-year old James Halvorsen appeared in court on Friday afternoon (Feb 19) and is now charged with one count each of uttering threats and theft under $5,000.
   Halvorson was then released from custody and is due back in court on February 26th.
   RCMP were called to the Rona store on February 18th by store employees reporting that a man was attempting to steal tools.
   Shortly after that, police say a suspect entered Eagle Home Building Centre and tried to steal a drill.
   When approached by employees, the man is then accused of producing a knife and threatening to kill the staff members.
   RCMP flooded the area and a suspect was arrested two blocks away.
   Police say they recovered a drill and a knife.
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