News Charges laid following armed robbery in Prince George SHARE ON: Brendan Pawliw, staff Thursday, May. 23rd, 2019 Intersection of 20th Avenue and Vine Street in Prince George. (Ethan Ready, MyPGNow) The BC Prosecution Service has approved charges in relation to a hold-up of a Prince George business on Wednesday. The RCMP got the call just after 8 a.m. at the intersection of 20th Avenue and Vine Street. Officers attended the scene where they believe a man entered the business with a weapon and demanded cash before fleeing on a bike. Police then located a 23-year-old local man that’s believed to be responsible for the incident. The arrest was made at a mall parking lot at the intersection 15th Avenue and Victoria Street. The BC Prosecution Service has approved the following Criminal Code charges against the 23-year-old male: Robbery Attempted fraud under $5000 Fail to comply with probation Fail to comply with undertaking The individual has been remanded in custody at least until his next court appearance scheduled for June 5th, 2019.