In an early morning incident in Caledon, Ontario, an officer was injured, prompting a search for the suspect. The Ontario Provincial Police were dispatched to Tundra Road, near Hurontario Street and Highway 410, following a call at approximately 6:30 a.m.
Although the reason for the initial call remains undisclosed, authorities have confirmed that a male officer sustained non-life-threatening injuries at the scene. The specific nature of the injuries has not been disclosed.
After the incident on Tundra Road, a suspect vehicle believed to be connected to the incident was discovered in the vicinity of Dixie and Mayfield roads in Brampton, according to statements from the police. However, the suspect remains at large.
The Ontario Provincial Police’s K9 unit has been called in to aid in the search for the suspect. The highly trained canines are invaluable for tracking and locating individuals, and their involvement increases the likelihood of a successful apprehension.
Investigations are ongoing, and further updates will be provided as more information becomes available.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
1. What happened in the incident that led to the officer’s injury?
The specific details of the incident that resulted in the officer’s injury have not been revealed. However, it has been confirmed that the injuries are not life-threatening.
2. Where was the suspect vehicle found?
The suspect vehicle was located near Dixie and Mayfield roads in Brampton, Ontario.
3. Is the suspect still on the loose?
Yes, the suspect remains outstanding, and the Ontario Provincial Police’s K9 unit has been deployed to assist in the search.