Assault Suspect Identified by Toronto Police in TTC Bus Attack

Toronto, Canada – Toronto Police have identified Durville Williams, 42, as the suspect in an assault case where a person was attacked from behind while boarding a TTC bus last Friday morning. The incident occurred in the Kipling Avenue and Dundas Street West area at approximately 9:50 a.m.

According to investigators, the victim was in the process of boarding the bus when they were unexpectedly approached from behind by Williams and assaulted. The assault continued as the victim fell to the ground before the suspect fled the scene. The victim’s gender, age, and the extent of their injuries have not been disclosed by the authorities.

It remains unclear whether there was any prior connection between the suspect and the victim or if the attack was a random act of violence. Williams, described as six feet tall, 220 pounds, with a heavy build, short black afro, and a black beard, is wanted for assault and for failing to comply with a probation order. At the time of the incident, he was reportedly wearing a black shirt, green jacket, dark pants, brown boots, and a black toque.

The police are urging anyone with information on Williams’ whereabouts to come forward and assist in the ongoing investigation. The identification of the suspect is a significant development in the case as authorities work to ensure that the perpetrator is brought to justice for the assault on the victim.

Efforts are currently underway to locate Williams and bring him into custody to face the charges against him. The incident serves as a stark reminder of the importance of public safety and the tireless efforts of law enforcement in ensuring the well-being of all individuals within the community.