Man Arrested in Oakville for Carjacking, Kidnapping 96 Year Old Woman
Police have made an arrest in a recent carjacking and kidnapping incident.
The incident happened around 1:57 p.m. on Saturday, November 17 in the plaza at North Service Road and Dixie, Mississauga.
Police say 96 year old Mississauga woman Marjory Thomas was sitting in the passenger seat of her vehicle when a male suspect entered the vehicle and drove away with her still inside.
The suspect allegedly drove to a bank and used the victim’s debit card to withdraw cash before abandoning her and the vehicle in a plaza at Speers Road and Kerr Street, Oakville.
Halton Police arrested the male a short distance away.
Nicholas Forbes, a 30 year old male with no address, was charged with kidnapping, breaching probation, and two counts of robbery.
He appeared at court for a bail hearing on Sunday, November 18.
Police say Marjory Thomas was not injured in the incident.
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