Police cruiser struck as three men flee from a stolen car in Mississauga
At 2:38 a.m. on Friday (Dec. 19, 2020) morning, Peel police located a stolen vehicle with three men inside the car in the Britannia Road and Dixie Road area in Mississauga.
When the three men saw the police, they took off, striking the police cruiser in the process.
Then the driver of the car tried to flee on foot but did not get to far as the police caught him along with the two other culprits.
All three have been arrested and there were no injuries to reported.
The vehicle was stolen as a result of a warmup theft.
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