Brampton, Windsor residents charged in theft from gas station

WELLINGTON COUNTY – Two Brampton residents and one Windsor resident have been charged after a vehicle “fled from a theft” at a gas station here earlier this week.

Dufferin County OPP officials say they were informed by the Wellington County OPP that the theft took place at a gas bar on Wellington Road 109 on April 1.

Dufferin police “located the vehicle in Caledon in where three suspects fled on foot,” states an April 3 press release.

“Ultimately all three parties were located in this joint police effort” and police also recovered a black Hyundai Elantra.

Asked for clarification by the Advertiser, Dufferin OPP spokesperson Amy Pitton would not say where on Wellington Road 109 the theft took place, nor would she specify exactly what was stolen.

She said “the only thing” she could confirm is “the vehicle that was driven was in fact a stolen motor vehicle.”

Kulwant Singh Bajwa, 26, of Brampton, was charged with obstructing a peace officer, possession break-in instruments and two counts of possession of property obtained by crime (over and under $5,000).

Ramanjot Singh Dhillon, 23, of Windsor was charged with two counts of possession of property obtained by crime (over and under $5,000).

Surinder Sidhu Singh, 25, of Brampton was charged with possession break-in instruments and possession of property obtained by crime (over $5,000).

The accused individuals are to appear in Orangeville court at a later date.

Anyone with information can contact Dufferin OPP or Crime Stoppers.