Police investigating video of woman throwing chair near the Gardiner

Woman throws chair off Toronto balcony, police investigating

Woman throws chair off Toronto balcony, police investigating

Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a young woman who threw chairs off the upper floor of a downtown Toronto condo building.

He said police have reached out to her directly and advised her to turn herself in, but a snowstorm in Toronto has meant her surrender could be delayed.

The camera pans over the ledge and shows the chair tumbling toward the Gardiner Expressway.

In a Monday news release, police said the video was filmed at 10 a.m. Saturday in the area of Harbour and York Sts., and that other items were thrown from the balcony as well.

Officers are giving her a chance to contact them or have a lawyer do so. The video cuts off just before the chair hits the ground, so it's unclear if anyone was hurt.

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Police have said the woman is wanted for a mischief investigation, but Hopkinson declined to say which charges she could be facing.

The video shows the chair falling toward a busy highway seen below, though police said the chair landed on the condo building's entrance.

Police have described the incident as "outrageous".

Sgt. Ron Boyce told Radio-Canada that police believe the condo is at 55 Bremner Blvd., and said condo management is working with them.

"People can stop calling now", Hopkinson said.

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