4 suspects wanted in road rage incident in Brampton

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Published March 29, 2024 at 5:25 pm

Peel Regional Police are on the hunt for four suspects who were reportedly involved in a road rage incident in Brampton last week.

On Wednesday (March 27) shortly after 7 p.m., police say the victim was driving on Torbram Road near Eagleridge Drive when an interaction occurred between the victim and the occupants of a gold-coloured Hyundai Sonata.

The victim was then confronted by the four suspects, who reportedly uttered threats and caused damage to their vehicle.

Officers have yet to confirm whether the victim was injured or the nature and extent of the damage to the victim’s vehicle.

Additionally, it’s unclear if the victim and suspects knew each other previously or if it was a random targeted act.

Authorities noted that the altercation was captured on video (which has not been released to the public) and investigators have positively identified two of the four individuals.

Among the suspects identified are 28-year-old Akashdeep Singh and 23-year-old Ramanpreet Massih— both of no fixed address.

Peel police have descriptions of the two remaining suspects which are as follows:

Suspect 3: A 6-foot-tall South Asian man. He was last spotted wearing a gray baseball cap, a black hoodie with “Jordan 33” written in red graffiti, dark pants, and red and white Jordan sneakers.

Suspect 4: A South Asian man with a height of 5 foot 8. He was last seen wearing a black hoodie, black pants, and blue and black Jordan sneakers.

As the investigation and search for the suspects continue, authorities believe the accused are evading police and are advising them to seek legal counsel and turn themselves in.

Peel police have also shared the Ontario license plate belonging to the suspect’s vehicle, bearing the number CXHK981. 

Anyone with information on the suspects’ whereabouts or anyone who witnessed the incident and has footage is asked to contact the 21 Division Criminal Investigations Bureau at (905) 453-3311 Ext. 2133.

Anonymous information may also be submitted by calling Peel Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477.)

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