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Man arrested in violent Pickering home invasion that saw female pistol-whipped

Police have arrested a suspect and continue to look for two others after a violent home invasion in Pickering last month.

On the morning of Feb. 10, officers responded to a residential address on Engel Court in the area of Whites Road and Bayly Street.

Investigators say two male suspects broke into a home and pistol whipped a female before leaving with a quantity of items. The suspects fled the area in a blue Honda Civic.

The victim suffered facial injuries and was taken to hospital after the incident.

Durham Regional Police officers arrested 26-year-old Emmanual Missah, of Toronto, and charged him with conspiracy to commit an indictable offence.

Police continue to look for two suspects and are appealing to witnesses for information.

A previous release from police described two outstanding suspects:

  • A light-skinned male, 17 to 22 years of age, six feet tall with an athletic build and twisted shoulder-length dark hair

  • A dark-skinned male, five feet 11 inches tall with an athletic build and short hair

Anyone with additional information about the incident is being asked to contact investigators.


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