Police are searching for three suspects in connection to a string of robberies
Halton Regional Police Services (HRPS) are still searching for three suspects who stole a Dodge Durango in Georgetown.
On December 28, three men approached a Dodge Durango in Georgetown, pointed a gun at the driver, ordered him out of the vehicle, took the keys and drove off with it.
Since then, police believe the vehicle has been involved in a string of thefts across the GTA—one of which was an attempted break-in to a BMO in Milton on December 30.
Investigators have linked the vehicle to several other robberies in the Peel and York regions.
The suspects are described as three men approximately 6’, 6’, and 5’10” tall. The first suspect was last seen wearing balaclava, a grey hooded sweater with the hood up, black gloves, dark grey track pants, and black running shoes with white soles; the second suspect was last seen wearing a grey hooded sweater with the hood up, black track pants, and black shoes; and the third suspect was last seen wearing thick black-rimmed glasses, a balaclava, a blue puffy jacket over a black hooded sweater with the hood up, blue track pants, and black shoes.
The suspects and vehicle are still at large, and are considered dangerous—anyone who sees them is advised not to approach them.
Anyone with relevant information is asked to contact Detective Constable Jessica Osgood of the 1 District Criminal Investigations Bureau at 905-825-4747 ext. 2454.
Additionally, information can be provided anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477, or by visiting their website.
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