A robbery at a Scotiabank Wednesday afternoon in Cambridge triggered a pursuit by provincial police on the 401, and into Mississauga.
According to a tweet by OPP, Waterloo Regional Police notified the provincial unit about a vehicle making a getaway and heading east into the Greater Toronto Area.
During the pursuit, two collisions occurred, causing minor injuries to one OPP officer.
Police followed the vehicle into a residential area in Peel Region, and were able to arrest four people.
Four males have been arrested: A 21-year-old from Burlington, 15-year-old from Etobicoke, an 18-year-old from Brampton, and a 16-year-old from Brampton.
They're all facing charges, including robbery with a firearm.
The suspect continued east on #Hwy401 to Mississauga, where it entered into PRPS area. The suspect vehicle stopped at a residential area where OPP and PRPS worked together to contain and effect arrests of two persons. All suspects are in custody at this time. ^dh— OPP Highway Safety Division (@OPP_HSD) September 17, 2020
An OPP spokesperson tells @680NEWS and @CityNews this investigation on Bristol at Creditview in Mississauga began in Waterloo Region shortly after 4:00. There was a pursuit across an OPP patrolled highway, ending here. @570NEWS pic.twitter.com/GmQL4Xuj6X— Mark Douglas (@Douglas680NEWS) September 16, 2020