Canadian authorities arrested a man suspected of kidnapping a woman at gunpoint in a suburb of Toronto, Ontario.
Authorities said they arrested Johnathan McLennan, 27, in Toronto on Thursday, in connection with what appeared to be an armed kidnapping of a woman trapped in a bell chamber at 2:50 am on August 23 while the owners they slept, reported CTV News. .
The woman was captured in front of the camera when she rang a doorbell in Richmond Hill, Ontario, asking for help while a car exploded with the lights on in the background.
Johnathan McLennan, 27, was arrested on Thursday in connection with an early morning of the alleged armed kidnapping of a woman who was caught in a doorbell camera in August.
McLennan was arrested Thursday after a national order was issued.
The 2017 Toyota RAV4, which was used to remove the woman from her home, was located and confiscated by the police, CP24 reported.
McLennan now faces nine counts, including kidnapping with a firearm, forced confinement, threats, pointing a gun and carrying a concealed weapon.
Authorities had previously been interested in McLennan in connection with an incident in 2014 in which a man was shot and sprayed with pepper spray in the parking lot of an apartment building, according to CP24.
In the video of the August bell, you can see a woman, who has not been named, standing in the doorway, while a person, who seems to be a man, approaches her.
A bell chamber called a woman as she rang the bell in Richmond Hill, Ontario, and begged for help, like a car with its headlights in the background.
A man approaches the woman and drags her by the hair while she says: "I think I'm dead." You can hear the man answering: "Good". It also seems that the man has a weapon
The man and the woman can be seen fighting, before I force her into the car at idle
Police confiscated the 2017 Toyota RAV4 that was used to take the woman away from home
At various times throughout the video, the woman tells the man to stop, while he tells her: "Get in the car (inaudible) right now." When the woman says: "I think I'm going to die," the man replies: "Good."
Eventually, the man pulls the woman out of the house and onto the moving car while holding what appears to be a gun. The two then seem to struggle at the car door when the man says, "Get in the car (expletive)."
The woman, described as a 28-year-old girl from Richmond Hill, was found in & # 39; good health & # 39; the day after the video was filmed.
Anyone who has information about the incident is asked to call the NYPD at 1-866-876-5423, ext. 7241 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.