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Peels Fugitive List

Unlawfully at Large - Dennis Jerry WIHNON



Name: Dennis Jerry WIHNON Alias: "Brian Wihnon", "Dennis Cailloux" and "Jessie Hutchinson" Sex: Male Race: Caucasian Age: 29   Height: 5ft 10in Weight: 160 lbs Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel  


Wanted by the OPP for Being Unlawfully at Large, Breach of Probation, Assault and Fail to Attend Court. He is also wanted by Toronto Police Services for drug and firearm offences. Wihnon is additionally wanted by the West Grey Police Service for Flight from Police, Dangerous Driving and Drug Trafficking.

Any persons with information regarding the accused should immediately contact the Ontario Provincial Police at 1-888-310-1122 or their nearest police authority.

Wanted Party - Sawaran Singh SEKHON



Male, South Asian, 40 yrs, 5'9", 188 lbs, short black hair and brown eyes

DOB:   November 18, 1968LKA:   15 Castlehill Road, Brampton, Ontario.


The individual pictured above is wanted by Peel Regional Police for the shooting death of Devinder Singh GILL that occurred in the early hours of Friday, September 11th, 2009 at 15 Castlehill Road in the City of Brampton.

WANTED FOR MURDER - Henry Stanley Morales

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Henry Stanley MORALES, Date and Place of Birth: 1 November 1975 - El Salvador, Height: 175 cm Weight: 79 kg, Hair: Black, Eyes: Brown, Build: Medium


On July 13th, 2006, the victim Malena MORALES and her husband of 12 years Henry MORALES, were involved in a domestic dispute at their residence located at 220 Steeles Avenue W, apartment 1205 in Brampton. The couple has two children, who were home at the time. The domestic dispute was confined to the master bedroom.

During the domestic dispute Henry MORALES beat and choked the victim causing the injuries which resulted in her death. The accused then fled the country and went to Mexico. There is a Canada Wide Warrant issued for the arrest of  Henry Stanley MORALES, Date and Place of Birth: 1 November 1975 - El Salvador

Regions/countries likely to be visited: Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, El Salvador and southern United States (Texas)

ROBBERY SUSPECT- Identity Unknown

On Friday February 3rd at 1:00 am, the victim picked up a fare at the 7/11 located at Dixie and Williams Pkwy in Brampton. He was told to drive to the above location to pick up another fare. Upon arrival, the suspect pointed a gun at the victim's head and demanded money.   The victim complied and the suspect fled.  

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Male, black, 19-20yrs, thin build CLOTHING: Black spring jacket, black doo-rag, light goatee.  

Any information concerning the identity of the above suspect should be forwarded to the Central Robbery Bureau at 905-453-3311 x3410.

Robbery Suspect - Identity Unknown


  • Male, Phillipino, 20 - 30 years, 5'4" to 5'9" tall, 140 - 165lbs, muscular build, shaved head, slight moustache with chinstrap style beard, light nylon sports jacket with writing across the back and he carried a dark knapsack and knife.


  • The Peel Regional Police Central Robbery Bureau and Peel Crime Stoppers are seeking the public's assistance in identifying and apprehending a male wanted for a pair of violent robberies that occurred in Mississauga.
  • On Saturday, May 20th at about 4:45 p.m. the 31-year old male victim was waiting for the bus at Eglinton Ave. and Guildwood Way. The victim was approached from behind by the suspect and stabbed in the stomach before personal property and cash was taken from him.
  • The suspect then fled and on Bluesky Cresent he flagged down a cab and entered the backseat. The taxi became involved in a minor accident and as the cab driver and other driver discussed the collision the suspect exited the vehicle, produced a knife and slashed the victim across the hand. The suspect then fled the scene stealing the taxi. It was recovered the next day in the Dixon Road and Hwy 401 area. Surveillance cameras in the taxi captured the suspect's image and can be viewed at www.peelpolice.ca.

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Robbery Suspect - Identity Unknown

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male, white, early 30's brown hair, beard and moustache 5'6", 178lbs, medium buildClothing Description Heavy blue winter jacket "Toronto Maple Leafs" Striped winter toque


On Sunday the 23rd of October 2005, at 5:10 am, the above suspect attended the Sunoco station located at 345 Queen St W, in Brampton. He purchased a package of cigarettes, then produced a knife and made a demand for money. The suspect jumped over the counter and took approx. $600 cash from beside the register. The suspect attempted to break open the register with the knife to steal more money, but was unsuccessful. When the victim attempted to contact police, the suspect cut the phone wire with the knife.

Any information concerning the identity of the above party should be forwarded to the attention of Cst. Rory Steele of the Central Robbery Bureau at 905-453-3311 ext.3410.  

This individual is considered dangerous. Do not approach. If you see him call police immediately.




The culprit is described as male, South Asian, 25-30 years, 6'1" - 6'2", medium build, wearing a baseball cap, long sleeved plaid shirt, black jeans and black shoes. The culprit was observed fleeing the scene in a black coloured 4 door vehicle similar to Toyota Corolla   There were no injuries sustained during either incident, and no weapon was seen. Anyone with information is requested to contact Peel Regional Police Central Robbery Bureau at 905-453-3311 ext 3410, or Peel Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS/8477.    


Responsible for 2 bank robberies in Brampton. July 7, 2003 Scotia Bank on Mountainash Dr. and July 10, 2003 CIBC 60 Bramalea Rd.

Suspect approached a teller and produces hold up note.  

Investigators from Peel Regional Police Central Robbery Bureau are investigating a series of three bank robberies that have occurred over the past week. Police believe these robberies were committed by the same person, who was caught on tape after robbing a bank earlier today.  

On Thursday July 3rd, at around 12:40 p.m., the culprit attended the Bank of Montreal located within the Dixie Outlet Mall at 1250 South Service Road in Mississauga. The culprit approached the teller, passed a note indicating it was a robbery and that he was armed. The teller then went to speak to the branch manager at which time the culprit fled the bank. The culprit did not manage to get any money, and was seen fleeing in a vehicle.  

On Monday, July 7th, at around 11:11 a.m., the culprit entered the Scotia bank located at 47 Mountainash Road in Brampton. The culprit approached a teller, passed a note indicating it was a robbery and that he was armed. The teller turned over a sum of money and the culprit fled on foot.  

On Thursday, July 10th, at around 3:35 p.m., the culprit entered the CIBC located at 60 Bramalea Road in Brampton. The culprit approached a teller and passed a note indicating it was a robbery. The teller turned over a sum of money and the culprit fled the bank and was caught on tape.  


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The culprit is described as, male white, early 40's, 6'0", 250-300 lbs, heavy build, fat face, double chin, pale complexion with red cheeks, wearing a black cloth cap, black trench coat, dark pants, dark thin gloves, sunglasses, and a dark wig.   He was armed with a black semi-automatic handgun. The culprit was captured on the bank's surveillance camera. Anyone with information is asked to call Peel Regional Police Central Robbery Bureau at 905-453-3311 ext. 3410, or Peel Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS/8477.  


On Dec 16th, 2003 attended the bank and requested a meeting with the manager. He then produced a handgun and robbed the vault of a quantity of cash. Robbery occurred at the Bank of Montreal at Woodchester Mall Dundas Street in Mississauga. The male was also seen a couple of days earlier at the Erin Mills Town Centre near the Bank of Montreal.  

On Tuesday December 16, 2003, at around 12:30 p.m., an armed male robbed the Bank of Montreal located within the Woodchester Mall at 2458 Dundas Street West, at gun point.   The culprit attended the bank requesting to speak with the branch manager. Once inside the manager's office, the culprit presented a handgun and demanded money from the bank vault. The manager along with another bank employee complied and attended the vault. The culprit fled the bank with an undisclosed amount of money.   The bank was occupied with 10 employees and two customers. No one was injured during the incident.