Oakville truck driver mugged on the job


OAKVILLE, Ont. — An expert Oakville truck driver was looted at work the previous evening.

As indicated by police reports, on Tuesday, January 10, at 5:30 p.m., the truck driver had recently begun his work day and was get ready to pull car items to the Ford plant situated at 1 Canadian Rd., Oakville. He saw a more established Kia Sedona minivan approach him. One presume left the van and requested the driver to go in the trailer, debilitating him with a gun, which was not seen. The driver went along and the truck was driven out of the parking area by the suspect.

The truck and trailer voyaged northbound on Winston Churchill Blvd with the driver secured in the trailer. The driver found a slight crevice between in the trailer entryways and attempted to get consideration by sliding his hand through the hole and waving it around, trusting somebody would call 911.

Sadly the truck was being trailed by the same Kia minivan, with the driver speaking with the truck driver to stop. One of the presumes rushed to the trailer entryway and guaranteed its entire conclusion, then the truck was driven in obscure zones for 60 minutes. The truck then stopped at 2560 South Sheridan Way in Mississauga, where the driver was requested out of the trailer and into another trailer. The driver was requested to lay on his stomach where his hands and legs were secured and that trailer entryway shut.

Police reports say the suspects were caught saying that the heap contained inside the primary trailer was of no utilization to them and fled the scene, leaving the first truck/trailer and the casualty inside the second trailer.

The driver was inside the second trailer for near a hour and a half before he liberated himself. Around then he started hollering and striking the entryways until somebody heard his calls for help, discharged him and called the police.

The suspects are said to be three dark guys. One was perfect shaven. They all wore bandannas to shroud their characters. All were normal stature and construct. The vehicle was depicted as a 2005 red Kia Sedona.


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