Car jacking suspect still at large

HAGERSVILLE – OPP are seeking the public’s help to identify and capture the suspect in a carjacking that took place in Hagersville on February 3.

Police say the suspect car jacked a vehicle parked behind Libro Credit Union in Hagersville just after 1:30 p.m. on Saturday Feb 3.

According to the OPP the female victim exited her vehicle that was parked behind the Libro Credit Union when she was approached by an unknown male suspect who brandished an edged weapon and demanded the vehicle keys. The suspect entered the vehicle and fled west bound on King Street East to Indian Line where he attended the Stop & Save Gas and Variety on Indian Line. The suspect entered the kiosk, brandished a firearm and demanded cash from the clerk. The suspect fled the store in the same vehicle with a quantity of Canadian currency. While leaving the store lot, the vehicle struck a guard post by the fuel pumps.

The vehicle was later recovered in Hagersville, but police say the suspect is still at large. He is described as a white male, approximately six-feet-tall, wearing a sage green hoodie style sweatshirt and a dark brown jacket. No one was injured in either incident.

OPP is asking anyone who may have any information regarding these incidents to contact them.

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