UPDATED: Police Investigating After Guns Stolen in Brampton Home Invasion
Seven guns have been stolen from a Brampton home following a gunpoint invasion in which the victims were zip-tied.
“The investigation is ongoing and as a result we are not able to provide any further information at this time,” said Const. Mark Fischer.
A blowtorch was used in the robbery, however, no injuries were reported.
The incident prompted Peel police to issue a public safety advisory on Saturday.
Investigators from the central robbery bureau are on the case after the guns were removed on Aug. 11 between 3 a.m. and 5 a.m.
Here’s what was stolen:
- Colt semi-auto, .223 calibre rifle
- SKS semi-auto, .760 calibre rifle
- Norenko T17 semi-auto, .223 calibre rifle
- Glock 9mm semi-auto hand gun
- Bond Arms multi-barrel .45 calibre hand gun
- Smith & Wesson semi-auto .45 calibre hand gun
- Ruger semi-auto .22 calibre hand gun
Anyone with information is asked to phone investigators at (905) 453-2121 ext. 3410 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
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