Canadian Police Searching for Fake Delivery Man Who Shot Woman With Crossbow

Suspect posing as delivery man shot woman with concealed crossbow, police say

Mississauga woman was shot with crossbow by suspect posing as deliveryman: police

A man is being sought after a woman was shot with a crossbow in her home.

Police said on November 7, 2018 at approximately 8 p.m., officers responded to a residence on Bayberry Drive in Mississauga where a 44-year-old woman was located with life-threatening injuries. "Seconds later the suspect shot an arrow at the victim from a crossbow that was concealed inside the box he was carrying", Superintendent Heather Ramore told reporters. "The crossbow was never removed from the box".

"The suspect may have carried out the attack at the request of another individual".

Officers responding to a home on Bayberry Drive in Mississauga, Ontario, on November 7 found a 44-year-old woman suffering from life-threatening injuries, according to Peel Regional Police. She was rushed to a nearby hospital, where she has remained for months.

"The injuries she sustained were absolutely devastating", said Det. "It involved damage to a lot of her internal organs", Kettles said.

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In the video, a man in a white hooded sweater and a baseball cap waits at the front door, holding a box. The clip provided by police does not include the attack itself, but does show the suspect running off the porch with the package still in hand. She slammed the door.

Investigators say they believe this was a premeditated, targeted, and isolated attack based on the conversation that occurred between the victim and the suspect.

Police say the man posed as a delivery man before shooting the victim.

The victim did not know the attacker, Detective Sgt. Jim Kettles said.

So far, no arrests have been made.

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"We are open to anything at this point", Kettles said, "and we are looking at all possible investigative avenues".

"This was most definitely a targeted type of attack", Kettles said.

As for the weapon, police did not mince their words about the severity of the damage a crossbow is capable of.

Police are asking for the public's assistance in identifying the suspect, who fled the scene in a dark coloured pick up truck. The vehicle, seen on home security footage, reportedly arrives minutes for the attack and flees minutes after it.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact investigators at the 11 Division Criminal Investigation Bureau using the dedicated tip line of 905-456-5840.

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