Police recover over $350K worth of stolen household items at Mississauga business

By Lucas Casaletto

Peel Regional Police recovered over $350,000 worth of household appliances and electronics as part of a commercial theft investigation in Brampton.

On Jan. 7, authorities responded to a 9-1-1 call for a theft at a commercial logistics warehouse in Brampton, where suspects were seen loading a truck with stolen appliances.

The suspects were identified, and police executed a search warrant at a business in Mississauga, where a handgun and ammunition were seized. Investigators also recovered 176 appliances stolen from three separate warehouses in Peel Region worth more than $350,000.

Two men were arrested and identified as 41-year-old Devon Taylor and 42-year-old Anderson Ramgoolam, both of Toronto. Taylor faces several charges, including possessing a loaded and restricted firearm, carrying a concealed weapon, and possessing stolen goods over $5,000.

Ramgoolam was charged with possession of stolen goods over $5,000.

Peel police believe more people may be involved in the robberies.

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