BREAKING: Armed Suspects on the Run in Milton Robbery Spree
Four armed and dangerous suspects are on the loose following a rash of brazen daytime street robberies in Milton on Thursday afternoon.
The first robbery occurred around 4:30 p.m., with another incident reported every 30 minutes at 5 p.m., 5:30 p.m. and 6 p.m., say Halton police.
The victims “have been mainly other teens and young adults who were robbed of their cell phones, money, watches and backpacks,” say police, adding one set of victims is a father and son.
The suspects are believed to be driving a white 2016 Ford Fusion.
They’re described as male in their late teens and early twenties with light brown skin.
One suspect is wearing a green windbreaker.
Another suspect is in a blue and white basketball jersey with a Blue Jays ball cap and khaki shorts.
A third suspect has scruffy facial hair.
One of the suspects is described as tall, being between 6-foot-2 and 6-foot-4.
Call 911 from a safe distance if you see the suspects, say police, and don’t approach them.
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