Peel Police arrest Windsor man wanted for armed robberies
An arrest warrant has been issued for Rashid Ahmed, who might be in Windsor. (Courtesy Peel Region Police)
A 25-year-old Windsor man turned himself in after Peel Region Police issued a warrant for his arrest due to suspected involvement in several armed robberies.
According to Peel Police Rashid Ahmad turned himself on Monday.
Last week police asked for help locating Ahmad, who was allegedly involved with several ‘vicious’ home invasion robberies in the Peel region.
Two other suspects were already arrested in connection with a series of violent home invasions and jewelry store robberies that occurred in the area between October 31, 2014 and December 23, 2015.
In some cases, officers say the accused parties used hand guns, duct tape, zip ties and a Taser to assault the victims which included elderly and children.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Charges against a suspect named in the case, Rashid Ahmad, have been stayed and no criminal conviction was registered against him, according to court documents provided to CTV News.