Toronto police seek to identify suspect after hot coffee was thrown at woman at TTC – Toronto

Police are seeking to identify a suspect wanted in connection with an assault investigation in Toronto.

In a press release, Toronto Police said that on March 11, just after 9 a.m., a man boarded the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) heading south toward Wellesley Station from Yonge Station.

Officers said the man approached another passenger and allegedly “began a physical altercation with him.”

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Police said the man approached another female passenger and threatened to harm her, “before throwing a cup of hot coffee at her.”

According to police, the man then fled the scene at Wellesley Station.

Police are looking for a man between the ages of 45 and 50, five feet five to five feet nine, of medium build.

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Officers said he has a “mostly shaved head” with “patches of blonde hair.”

Police are seeking to identify a suspect wanted in connection with an assault investigation.

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Toronto police are trying to identify a suspect after an assault was reported at the TTC.

Toronto Police / Brochure

Police said he has a silver septum piercing, a silver earring on top of his left ear and a tattoo on the left side of his neck.

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He was last seen wearing a black Nautica jacket, a gray and black baseball cap, blue jeans, white running shoes, and was carrying a black bag.

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Police said he is wanted for making threats of bodily harm and assault with a weapon.

According to the police, there may be other victims in the same incident.

Officers said if he is found, he should not be approached. “Call 9-1-1-immediately,” the statement says.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the police or Crime Stoppers.

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