Police investigators seek public’s assistance to identify suspects in damaging of bus shelters and windows in Brampton

Brampton – Investigators from the 22 Division Criminal Investigation Bureau are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the culprits responsible for damaging bus shelters and windows in the Brampton area.

On December 10, the North end residents, schools and bus shelters experienced damage to windows and glass doors and glass coverings of the bus shelters. The culprits are using pellet or BB guns, a sling shot or an air soft style weapon to break the glass. Over the past two weeks there have been approximately 70 incidents of this type of mischief.

Two vehicles have been attributed to the occurrences. The first is a silver Dodge Journey with black rims and snow tires. This vehicle was observed on Sundridge Street after the window of a residence was shot out.

The second vehicle is an older model two tone Suzuki Sidekick, Toyota Rav 4 or a similar type vehicle caught on surveillance recording. This recording showed a dark over light colour vehicle.

To view the vehicles or a map of the area the mischiefs have been occurring, visit police website at www.peelpolice.ca.

Caledon OPP have experienced similar occurrences as the majority of the incidents have occurred in the north end of Brampton. They are liaising with Peel Police to help put an end to these incidents.

Investigators are asking the public for their assistance in identifying the culprits involved. Police would like to hear from you if you recognize either of these vehicles or have any information relating to these offences.

Investigators from the 22 Division Criminal Investigation Bureau are asking anyone who may have any information about this matter, to call them at (905) 453-2121, ext. 2233.  Anonymous information may also be submitted to Peel Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), or by visiting www.peelcrimestoppers.ca.  Information leading to the identification of the suspects may qualify for a cash reward.