BRAMPTON, Ont. – The hunt is continuing for a 23-year-broken-down woman and the man police enlighten kidnapped her early Sunday morning from a home west of Toronto.
Ontario’s police watchdog, the Particular Investigations Unit, said two Peel Regional Police officers opened fireside as the suspect sped away from a Brampton Ont., build of abode with the alleged kidnap victim in the back seat of his automobile.
Officers had been called to the home at round 3 a.m. to investigate experiences of a particular person banging on the front door and screaming for an individual inside to return out.
Peel Regional Police Supt. Sean Gormley said the suspected kidnapper, 21-year-broken-down Kwami Garwood, is believed of armed and unhealthy — and is moreover wished for first-level raze in a slaying in Toronto closing summer season.
Police identified the alleged kidnap victim as Salina Ouk and said the black Honda Civic that she and Garwood had been in changed into later found abandoned.
Gormley told reporters Sunday afternoon that police accept as true with “astronomical stammer” for Ouk’s “security and properly-being.”
It isn’t identified if the suspect changed into hit by gunshots, the SIU said.
The agency said it invoked its mandate to investigate in consequence of officers fired their weapons.
Peel Regional Police spokeswoman Const. Heather Cannon said the officers involved weren’t physically pain.
“Today we’re not mindful of any injuries to both the suspect or victim,” Cannon said.
This say by The Canadian Press changed into first published March 29, 2021.