7 Brampton residents face 37 criminal charges in connection to Kitchener store robbery
Robbery took place on Oct. 23
Waterloo Police have arrested and charged seven suspects from Brampton in connection to a robbery in Kitchener this past October. – Andrej Ivanov/Torstar
Three adults and four youths from Brampton have been arrested after masked bandits robbed a telecommunications store located on The Boardwalk in Kitchener last October.
Waterloo Regional Police said that on Oct. 23, four masked males entered a communications store in Kitchener, restrained the store clerk and stole several mobile devices. The victim was not physically injured, police reported.
The suspects fled the scene in a vehicle last seen travelling east on Highway 401, according to police
With help from Peel Regional Police, the Waterloo police announced that on Dec. 3, two Young Persons and an 18-year-old male, from Mississauga and Brampton, were arrested and charged in relation to this incident.
On Feb. 6, Waterloo police announced additional arrests.
Seven Brampton residents now face 37 criminal offences including; robbery, conspiracy to commit an indictable offence, trafficking property obtained by crime and forcible confinement among others.