RCMP are asking for the general public’s assist discovering whoever was throwing full cans of pop at passing autos in Stratford on Sunday night.
RCMP say throwing something at a automobile in movement is harmful
Police are in search of the general public’s assist in monitoring down who was liable for pop cans being thrown at automobiles within the Stratford space this previous weekend.
Sgt. Chris Gunn from the RCMP, who’re calling this a “mischief investigation,” stated they acquired stories about pop cans damaging automobiles Sunday night between 6:30 and eight p.m.
He stated they consider the pop cans had been being thrown from a crimson compact automobile. It isn’t identified how many individuals had been within the car.
“From stories from the general public they look like full pop cans that had been thrown from the car … so we had a number of stories of injury to automobiles from the pop cans,” Gunn stated.
Gunn stated it is fortunate nobody was injured, as a result of doing that type of factor will be very harmful.
“Something that strikes a automobile whereas it is in movement, the harm may trigger the driving force to lose management of the car, so the RCMP is taking this very significantly,” he stated.
Gunn is asking anybody with details about the incidents to contact the Stratford RCMP or P.E.I. Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).
With information from Angela Walker