Belligerent man wanted cyclists injured with digicam pole on Whitby, Ont. path


Police in Durham Area are trying to find a person who allegedly dangled some type of pole with a digicam hooked up to it in entrance of passing cyclists on a Whitby path earlier this month, inflicting the cyclists to fall and crash into passersby.

At about 1 p.m. on Sept. 6, police mentioned they have been referred to as to the Whitby Waterfront Path on Thickson Highway South for a report about two injured feminine cyclists.

Witnesses instructed police man was strolling the path and yelling issues at cyclists who handed him.

The suspect then prolonged a telescopic digicam pole “into the trail of bike owner in makes an attempt to have an effect on the lane of journey,” investigators mentioned Thursday.

The pole allegedly struck a bike owner, inflicting her to collide into one other bike owner. Two pedestrians have been additionally struck within the collision.

Each cyclists and a pedestrian suffered minor accidents.

One of many cyclists was taken to a neighborhood hospital as a precaution.

Police performed a floor seek for the suspect however did not find him.

He’s described as a person in his 50s, standing five-feet-ten inches tall, weighing 150 kilos.

He was final seen carrying black shorts, a black and white leaf-patterned buttoned shirt, a black hat turned backwards and black sun shades.

Anybody with details about the suspect is requested to name Const. Hutcheson at 1-888-579-1520, ext. 3810.