Incident Details: 19980000010802001

Incident Date: 1998
Incident Successful: No
Location: Calgary, Alberta Canada

Event Type: Theft
Weapon Type(s): Firearms (Unknown Gun Type)
Organization Type: Supremacist,

Suicide Attack: No
Hoax: No
Violent Extremism:
Doubt Terror:
Target Information
1- Business(Private Security Companies/Firms)

Canadian Target: Yes
Canadian Victim:
Canadian Perpetrator:
By foreigners against foreign target(s) in Canada:

Victims: 0 fatalities, 0 injuries
Perpetrators: 2 involved, 0 fatalities, 0 injuries
Description: "00/00/1998: Darnell Bass, 31, Sergeant in the Canadian Airborne Regiment (CAR), and white supremacist Patrick Steven Ryan, 30, disguised themselves as security guards and staged an armed heist on a Brinks armoured car, in an attempt to steal $400,000.  Described as “the most violent hold up in Calgary history,” the robbery involved the use of tear gas and a hail of almost 90 gunshots.  The commando-style raid on the bank ultimately failed and police raided Ryan’s apartment, uncovering neo-Nazi literature and paraphernalia, including an Aryan Nations flag, a David Irving book, and a number of white supremacist films."
References: 1) "Perry, B., & Scrivens, R. (2014). Right wing extremism in Canada: An environmental scan."
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