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Torontonians Are Helping Local Police Find The Suspect Who Threw The Chair Onto The Gardiner Expressway

Toronto police looking suspect threw chair onto the Gardiner Expressway from high-rise apartment.

Over the weekend, a Toronto woman threw a chair onto the Gardiner Expressway from the balcony of a high-rise apartment in Toronto and the footage has now gone completely viral. Tons of Torontonians are now helping the local police find the suspect who threw the chair onto the Gardiner Expressway. Many locals are completely furious that someone would do something this dangerous and have united today on Monday, February 11 to help the Toronto Police find the suspect. 

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The police issued a news release today on Monday, February 11 asking for the public's help in seeking the woman responsible for dangerously throwing a chair from a high-rise apartment balcony onto the Gardiner Expressway in Toronto. "The Toronto Police Service requests the public's assistance identifying a woman wanted in a Mischief - Endanger Life investigation," reads the release

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The Toronto Police have also asked the public for help via their Twitter page, and many people have already been responding to the post to help the police with their investigation. Since the tweet was posted just a few hours earlier this afternoon, it has gotten over 100 comments and over 1,300 retweets. 

Check out the tweet from the Toronto Police below asking for the public's assistance in this case. 

Many people have responded directly to the tweet to help the police find the woman responsible for throwing a chair from a high-rise apartment onto a Toronto highway.

Check out the tips they have provided below. 

The Toronto Police have even thanked some locals for helping out with their investigation. 

If you have any information, there are several ways you can contact the police. For more information on the incident, you can check out the Toronto Police's news release

You can contact the Toronto Police at 416-808-5200, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com, online on our Facebook Leave a Tip page, or text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637). 

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