Metal Sign Used in Union Station Attack: Toronto Police

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Toronto police hope the public can help identify a suspect in an attack on Union Station earlier this month.

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On the morning of June 7, the police were called to the transit terminal in the center.

Police say a man got into a verbal altercation with another man, then entered the Bay Concourse Level, causing “a disturbance”. He then allegedly grabbed a metal sign, broke it and threw it at someone, hitting them in the back.

The man then left the area.

An image released by Toronto Police of a man wanted in a June 7, 2022 attack on Union Station.
An image released by Toronto Police of a man wanted in a June 7, 2022 attack on Union Station.

He is described as about 35 years old and six feet tall, of medium build and clean-shaven.

At the time of the incident, he was wearing a red ball cap with the Canadian national hockey team logo on the front and a Nike logo on the left side, a blue checked jacket, blue/grey jeans, gray shoes with the Asics logo, and wash with a green bag.

Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 416-808-5200 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-8477.

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