Niagara Regional Police are investigating an incident when a CN prepare touring from Grimsby broke a window, inflicting minor accidents to a conductor.
Grimsby to Niagara Regional Police responds to wreck to a CN prepare on the westbound CN tracks close to the Oaks Street North crossing on Saturday at 7:54 p.m.
The conductor advised the police that the prepare was touring at a pace of about 65 km/h when an unidentified object hit the windshield of the locomotive.
The windshield was damaged as a result of collision, inflicting minor accidents to the conductor of the prepare.
The subsequent day, officers returned to the scene and found golf balls within the space of the prepare tracks. Whereas it has not been confirmed that the golf ball brought about harm, detectives are interesting to residents of the Oaks Street North space to overview their CCTV footage for any pertinent data.
Police mentioned an attention-grabbing particular person was noticed on the railway crossing earlier than the windshield of the prepare was broken.
The particular person is described as a white male aged 16 to twenty, and was sporting a white T-shirt, black shorts and white trainers. He was seen operating from the scene, presumably holding a cellphone with a flashlight characteristic, police mentioned.
Anybody with data is requested by police to contact the Chief Detective at 905-688-4111, Choice 3, Extn. 1009023.