Mississauga / Toronto

Police say a suspect shot a female victim in Mississauga and then stole a police cruiser following an altercation with officers. He later abandoned the cruiser and stole another vehicle, police say. That vehicle was found somewhere in Toronto. The suspect remains outstanding.

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