Police say an armed suspect was arrested in Etobicoke this morning after he allegedly fled from officers in a stolen automobile, crashed right into a parked automobile, and shot on the home windows and door of a locked workplace constructing to attempt to get inside.
Officers have been known as to the realm of Kipling Avenue and Bloor Road West at round 2:10 a.m. for experiences of an individual with a gun.
In accordance with police, when officers arrived on scene, the armed suspect carjacked a automobile and fled the realm.
Whereas working the stolen automobile, police say, the suspect crashed right into a parked development automobile within the space of Subway Crescent and Dundas Road.
Police allege the suspect, who was nonetheless in possession of a firearm, fled the scene on foot.
He later tried to enter a constructing at 5343 Dundas Road West however couldn’t get inside because it was locked, police say.
Investigators allege that the suspect then began firing a number of pictures on the home windows of the constructing so he may attain inside and open the door.
Officers who responded to the realm stated they may hear gunshots as they approached.
Police say the officers fashioned a fringe and subsequently arrested the suspect.
The person sustained minor cuts to his arm from the door he broken, police say.
The officers, who weren’t injured, recovered a semi-automatic pistol on the scene.
Toronto police haven’t launched the title of the suspect or confirmed what fees he faces.
Roads are closed within the space for the police investigation.