Barrie Police are thanking members of the public for helping them put the cuffs on a robbery suspect. Investigators say a man waited until the Mac’s Convenience store was empty around 10:00 last night, before he forced his way behind the counter. Police say the cashier complied with demands, and the suspect ran off with a fistfull of money. When police got to the scene at the corner of Bayfield and Wellington, witnesses were able to point them in the right direction, and a 25-year-old man was scooped up a few blocks away. Police say without the help of the public, the arrest wouldn’t have happened nearly as quickly.