Porche stolen in Hamilton home invasion recovered


Published February 7, 2024 at 3:19 pm

Investigators have recovered the Porche stolen in a recent Hamilton home invasion.

Police say a home near Hopkins Crt. and York Rd. in Dundas was targeted around 4:30 a.m. on Feb. 4. During the break-in, the resident couple was allegedly held hostage at gunpoint while intruders ransacked their home and made off with two high-end cars, including the Porche 922.

The suspects fled the home in the 922, their own Dodge Ram pick-up truck and an Audi Q5 (licence plate CXLJ430) that was reportedly stolen. Hamilton Police were called in to investigate shortly after.

They later released security footage of the break-in.

All four suspects are described as Black men in their 20s. All were wearing balaclavas, dark hooded sweatshirts and dark pants.

On Feb. 7, police announced they found the Porche in Toronto.

“Our commitment to this investigation goes beyond recovering stolen property. As part of our thorough approach, we continue to work towards having all relevant information, even in other police jurisdictions. This collaborative effort aims to bring this case to a swift and conclusive resolution,” police wrote.

“Despite this achievement, our primary focus remains on the identification and apprehension of the four suspects involved in this distressing event. Additionally, we are actively pursuing the recovery of the outstanding blue Audi,” they continued.

Anyone with information relevant to the case can call Hamilton Police at  905-546-3851 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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