OPP officer injured, 4 suspects in custody after financial institution theft results in police pursuit in Mississauga


An Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officer is in hospital with non-life threatening accidents and 4 suspects are in custody following a financial institution theft in Cambridge which led to a police pursuit in Mississauga.

Shortly after three p.m. on Wednesday afternoon, Waterloo police responded to experiences of a theft at a Scotiabank at 544 Hespeler Highway, close to Freeway 401, in Cambridge.

The suspects left the financial institution with an unknown sum of money and fled the realm in a car, police mentioned.

No accidents had been reported, investigators mentioned.

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Waterloo police then notified OPP of the suspect car heading in direction of Hwy. 401.

OPP officers positioned the car and a pursuit occurred, police mentioned.

A minor collision then occurred between the suspect car and an OPP police cruiser, police mentioned.

Peel paramedics mentioned an OPP officer was taken to an area hospital with non-life threatening accidents.

Police mentioned the suspect car then continued east on Hwy. 401 to Mississauga.

The suspect car was ultimately discovered deserted within the car parking zone of Saint Joseph’s Secondary Faculty, close to Bristol and Creditview roads, after it crashed right into a tree.

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OPP and Peel law enforcement officials labored collectively to include and arrest the suspects.

A complete of 4 suspects have been arrested and brought into custody, Peel police mentioned.

Police haven’t mentioned the place the suspects had been positioned.

Studies from the scene informed CP24 that all the suspects are teenage boys.

No different suspects are excellent, police mentioned.

Peel police are working at the side of the OPP and Waterloo police to research.

Mississauga pursuit