Wednesday, May 31, 2023

Peel Police Investigating connection in multiple robberies


Peel Regional Police are investigating a string of robberies and attempted robberies of convenience stores and restaurants in Brampton through the evening Jan. 7.

“We do believe there is a possible connection,” said Const. Danny Marttini with Peel Regional Police. “The description of the armed suspect is similar at each location.”

A restaurant at Bovaird Drive and Chinguacousy Road in Brampton reported a robbery to police around 10 p.m.

Police said the suspect fled with an undisclosed amount of money. “Weapon seen,” police said in a social media post.

There were no reported injuries and no suspect description for the incident.

A convenience store at Rambler Road and Kennedy Road in Brampton reported a robbery to police at 11 p.m.

Again, police said the suspect had a weapon and fled with money and product.

There were no physical injuries, police said.

The suspect is described as , wearing a black tuque, with black curly hair, dark hooded sweater.

The suspect fled in a vehicle.

There was an attempted robbery reported at 11 a.m. at Clarence Street and Ardglen Drive in Brampton.

The suspect had a weapon and fled in vehicle.

There were no physical injuries, police said.

Then around 11:45 p.m. a convenience store at Centre Street and Queen Street in Brampton reported a robbery.

A suspect was carrying a weapon and fled in a vehicle with money and product.

There were no injuries reported, police said.

Marttini said the police investigation in ongoing,

Officers will be looking to review any video footage and interview witnesses, she said.



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