Hoodie on the loose
Reader Alex P. has forwarded an e-mail providing a “composite sketch of the Toronto Eaton Centre shooter” and new details about the perp. It was circulating over the weekend, before the gunman was arrested:
Toronto police have now released additional details about the still-at-large suspect in the Eaton Centre Shooting, previously described only as some sort of raceless, faceless individual wearing a dark hoodie. This updated and more informative description should help police and public to apprehend the perpetrator.
The brand of the hoodie is not yet known, but police note that criminal clothing are usually unbranded “knockoffs” rather than official licensed garments from legitimate retail establishments. The hoodie wanted by police is therefore probably not from the Eaton Centre itself, but from one of the city’s suburbs, with Scarborough and the Jane/Finch Corridor being the leading contenders as of press time.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at June 05, 2012 01:37 PM | Send