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CanadaSIU investigating after officer fires at stolen vehicle in Mississauga, possibly hitting driver

21:01  29 may  2019
21:01  29 may  2019 Source:   thestar.com

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SIU investigating after officer fires at stolen vehicle in Mississauga, possibly hitting driver © Provided by Toronto Star Newspapers Limited The scene of the shooting in the area of Marmac Cres. and Garthwood Rd. on Saturday.

Ontario’s Special Investigations Unit continues to investigate a weekend shooting in Mississauga in which the watchdog says an officer fired several times at a stolen vehicle, possibly hitting the driver.

Peel police officers were dispatched to the area of Marmac Cres. and Garthwood Rds. over reports of a stolen vehicle around 3 pm. Saturday. While they were on the scene, a man approached the vehicle and proceded to drive at an officer, according to a Wednesday SIU news release.

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The officer then fired several times, hitting the vehicle’s windshield, the SIU said.

Photographs taken at the scene showed bullet holes in a minivan covered by a tarp.

The driver then fled the area before striking another vehicle on Pettigrew Cres. and exiting the vehicle, the SIU said.

“While the man has not yet been located, the evidence indicates the man may have been struck,” it said.

The SIU is an arm’s-length provincial agency that investigates incidents involving police in which somebody is killed, seriously injured or there are accusations of sexual assault.

The SIU is asking anyone who may have information about the investigation to contact the lead investigator at 1-800-787-8529.

They are also asking that anyone who may have any videos related to the incident to upload them through the SIU website.

Emma Sandri is a breaking news reporter, working out of the Star’s radio room in Toronto. Follow her on Twitter: @emmarosesandri

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