Brampton – Peel Regional Police Acting Inspector Donny Ross, Officer-in- Charge of Crimes against
Property and Robbery, addressed the media regarding arrests made in Project Blue Rock, which
focused on home invasion style robberies.
Peel Regional Police commenced an investigation after a series of robberies occurred between October
2014 and December 23, 2015.
As reported earlier today at the press conference, members of the Peel Regional Police Central Robbery
Bureau have arrested 2 individuals in connection with a series of violent home invasions and jewelry store
robberies that occurred between October 31, 2014 and December 23, 2015. These acts were vicious and
cowardly. In some cases, the accused parties used hand guns, duct tape, zip ties and a taser to assault
the victims which included elderly and children.
The Central Robbery Bureau dedicated 6 full time investigators to tackle these violent crimes. Assistance
was given by the Peel Regional Police Crime Prevention Services, and the Toronto Police Service. As
well, Peel Regional Police would like to recognize the Jewelers Vigilance Canada and MPP Harinder
While the investigation remains open, the Central Robbery Bureau has arrested and charged Niranjan
KALAICHLVAM, a 32 year old Brampton resident, and Shakyle HENRY a 20 year old Brampton
The Central Robbery Bureau has obtained a warrant of arrest for Rashid AHMAD. Rashid AHMAD is
described as a south Asian male from Windsor, 25 years of age, 5’9” tall, 157 pounds, black hair and
brown eyes. AHMAD also has a scar over his left eyebrow.
To see a photograph of Rashid AHMAD please visit our website at www.peelpolice.ca
If you know the whereabouts of Rashid AHMAD, please call investigators from the Peel Regional Police
Central Robbery Bureau at 905-453- 3311 ext. 3410.
Information may also be left anonymously by calling Peel Crime Stoppers at 1-800- 222-TIPS (8477), or
by visiting www.peelcrimestoppers.ca or by sending a text message to CRIMES (274637) with the word
“PEEL” and then your tip.
“I am pleased of the work by the Peel Regional Police and the Central Robbery Bureau that
made these arrests with tips from the community. The police and the Jewelry Association had
asked me to host a townhall a few months to assist with finding these suspects that were
terrorizing members of the Brampton community.”
— Harinder Malhi, MPP for Brampton-Springdale
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