Police make another arrest in connection with recent Kitchener carjacking | The Canadian News

Waterloo Regional Police say they have made another arrest in connection with a recent carjacking incident that took place in Kitchener.

They say that on September 14, around 11:30 pm on Kingsway Drive, five men, armed with guns, assaulted another man before taking his vehicle.

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Police say the victim was taken to an area hospital for treatment for minor injuries.

A week later, police found the car on Grulke Street, when they also arrested a 22-year-old Kitchener man and a 19-year-old Kitchener woman.

Officers also found a fully loaded pistol, ammunition, suspected cocaine, and prescription drugs.

The man and woman face drug and weapons charges in connection with the incident.

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After further investigation, police searched a home on Thaler Avenue and seized two prohibited devices, ammunition, and approximately $ 22,000 in cash.

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On Tuesday, police also arrested a 24-year-old Kitchener man in connection with the carjacking.

Officers seized a prohibited knife along with approximately one ounce of suspected purple fentanyl.
The man faces multiple charges in connection with the incident.

Police say they are still searching for another suspect in connection with the incident.

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