& # 39; Hitman & # 39; dressed as a delivery boy killing a woman with a CROSSBOW he had hidden in a package in a shocking attack on a security camera
- An unnamed 44-year-old woman was shot with a crossbow by a suspected assassin in Mississauga, Canada
- Peel Regional Police released a surveillance video of the attack on Monday
- The video shows an adult male, disguised as a delivery man, presenting a large package to the victim on the porch of her house.
- The two words change shortly before the suspect fired a large arrow that hit the victim in the chest, causing & # 39; life-threatening & # 39; injuries occurred, the police said.
- Chief Inspector Heather Raymore said the attack turned out to be a targeted act initiated by someone else
- Researchers ask for help in identifying the attacker
A woman was shot at a certain moment by a crossbow by a hitman dressed as a delivery boy, released in shocking images by investigators.
Police in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, described the attempted hit as a "premeditated, targeted and isolated attack".
The video camera of the security camera shows an unidentified man wearing a baseball cap and glove while holding a large suit and standing by a front door.
Moments later, the 44-year-old victim opens her door and the two exchange words before the attacker fires a large arrow from the crossbow he had hidden in the box.
She was hit in the chest and suffered life-threatening injuries, but survived.
Peel Regional Police today released a surveillance video of the November 7 attack when they sought help in finding the attacker.
An unknown 44-year-old woman was shot with a crossbow by a suspected assassin on November 7, 2018 in the city of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
The male suspect then ran away from the porch before parking in a dark-colored pickup truck parked nearby and fleeing the scene, police said.
Peel Region Police Superintendent Heather Raymore told reporters that the assault massive trauma & # 39; s life-changing injuries & # 39; caused.
According to police, the weapon used was designed to be used by hunters to eliminate large game such as elk and deer.
The male suspect then ran away from the porch before parking in a dark-colored pick-up truck that was nearby and fleeing the scene, police said.
Chief Inspector Heather Raymore said the attack turned out to be a targeted act initiated by someone else
The police think that the crossbow that was used was similar to the one they presented at the press conference on Monday (photo). They say the weapon is designed to be used by hunters to eliminate large game such as elk and deer
The attacker fired a large arrow from the crossbow that he had hidden in the box
& # 39; This was not a random operation, & # 39; Inspector Raymore said.
& # 39; Comments made by the suspect to the victim indicate that the victim was the target and that the suspect may have carried out the attack at the request of another person. It is clear that this attack was intended to end the life of the victim. & # 39;
After months of investigation, Raymore said investigators are asking the public to send tips that can help them identify and arrest the attacker.
& # 39; We have faith in the help of the public and with the current face recognition technology we will bring those responsible for the attack to justice & she said.