Hamilton Police Continue Progress in Home Invasion and Robbery Investigation in Dundas

Following the harrowing home invasion and robbery on Saturday, February 3, 2024, Hamilton Police investigators have achieved significant milestones in advancing the case. Notably, our team successfully located and seized the silver Porsche 992, stolen during the incident, in the Toronto Area.

Our commitment to this investigation goes beyond recovering stolen property. As part of our thorough approach, we continue to work towards having all relevant information, even in other police jurisdictions. This collaborative effort aims to bring this case to a swift and conclusive resolution.

Despite this achievement, our primary focus remains on the identification and apprehension of the four suspects involved in this distressing event. Additionally, we are actively pursuing the recovery of the outstanding blue Audi Q5 (Ontario licence plate CXLJ430).

Community Assistance: 
We extend our gratitude to the community for their support and cooperation thus far.

Video Footage Review: 
Residents in the area of Hopkins Court and York Road are encouraged to review their security surveillance cameras between 4:15 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. on the morning of the incident for any signs of suspicious activity.

Dash Camera Footage: 
If you were driving in the area and have dash camera footage from the mentioned timeframe, your assistance could provide valuable insights into the incident. Please come forward with any information you may have.

Public Appeal: 
Detective Sergeant Ben Licop can be reached at 905-546-3851 for any information related to the incident, the suspects, or the outstanding Audi Q5. Alternatively, anonymous tips can be reported to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or submitted online at Crime Stoppers Hamilton.

Hamilton Police remain committed to ensuring the safety of our community and appreciate the continued support and collaboration with our residents.