An Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officer is currently in hospital having non-life threatening traumas and four suspects are in custody after a bank robbery in Cambridge which resulted in a police pursuit at Mississauga.
Soon after 3 pm on Wednesday afternoon, Waterloo police reacted to reports about a prosecution in a Scotiabank in 544 Hespeler Road, near Highway 401, at Cambridge.
The suspects abandoned the lender with an unknown sum of money and fled the region in a car, authorities said.
No accidents have been reported, researchers said.
Waterloo authorities then told OPP of the defendant car moving towards Hwy. 401.
OPP officers found the car and also a pursuit happened, authorities said.
A small crash afterward happened between the defendant vehicle and also an OPP police cruiser, police said.
Peel paramedics stated an OPP officer had been taken to a nearby hospital having non-life threatening accidents.
Authorities said the suspect car then continued east on Hwy. 401 into Mississauga.
The suspect car was found abandoned in the parking lot of Saint Joseph’s Secondary School, near Bristol and Creditview streets, once it turned into a tree.
OPP along with Peel police officers worked together to include and detain the suspects.
A number of four suspects are detained and taken into custody, Peel police stated.
Authorities haven’t mentioned where the suspects had been found.
Reports in the scene advised CP24 which every one the suspects are teenaged boys.
no other suspects are exceptional, authorities said.
Peel authorities are working in combination with both the OPP and also Waterloo police to research.