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Man wearing ski mask and waving water gun outside bank arrested: GPS

An undated photo of the Guelph police logo. (CTV News) An undated photo of the Guelph police logo. (CTV News)

Guelph police have arrested a man who they say was wearing a ski mask and waving a water gun outside a downtown bank.

Bank staff called police around 5:40 p.m. on Monday to report a man with a gun.

Officers went to the bank and arrested the man who had an orange water gun on him.

Police also found out he was wanted on three separate warrants.

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