Ontario Provincial Police say a number of suspects led officers on a high-speed chasse to Mississauga after they allegedly robbed a financial institution in Cambridge on Wednesday afternoon.
The theft occurred at a Scotiabank department on Hespeler Highway in Cambridge shortly after three p.m. The suspects then fled the world, Waterloo regional police say.
The Ontario Provincial Police say there have been a number of folks within the automobile they chased from Cambridge onto Freeway. 401 into Mississauga.
Through the chase on Freeway 401 an OPP cruiser was concerned in a collision. One feminine officer was injured and brought to hospital with a minor leg damage, police say.
Peel police joined the OPP within the effort to catch the alleged robbers within the space of Bristol Highway West and Creditview Highway.
A witness advised Carihargater they noticed police chasing a automobile, which crashed right into a curb in a parking zone at Saint Joseph Secondary College in Mississauga.
Helicopters have been seen flying above the varsity as officers searched the world for the suspects.
Peel police say two folks have been taken into custody round 7 p.m. and two others have been arrested shortly afterward.
Police say they don’t seem to be looking for some other suspects.
The investigation is ongoing and police are asking anybody with data to name them.