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Pickering man wanted in Brampton shooting in December
Peel Police issue a warrant for the arrest of 34 year old Dwayne Locksley Campbell...
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Peel Police are looking for a 34 year old Pickering man in a shooting that happened in the middle of December.

Just before 4 o'clock on December 14th, police were called to the Throne Banquet Hall on Advance Boulevard in Brampton, where they found a man suffering from a gunshot wound.

A warrant has now been issued for the arrest of Dwayne Locksley Campbell, for attempted murder.

He's described as male, black, 5'11" tall, 195 pounds, medium build with a dark complexion.

Police think he may be using a 2013 BMW four door sedan with the Ontario plate BSAF 258, to get around.

Campbell is considered armed and dangerous and officers think he could be in possession of a gun.

If you spot him, they ask you not to approach him, but to instead call 9-1-1.

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Peel Police are looking for a 34 year old Pickering man in a shooting that happened in the middle of December.

Just before 4 o'clock on December 14th, police were called to the Throne Banquet Hall on Advance Boulevard in Brampton, where they found a man suffering from a gunshot wound.

A warrant has now been issued for the arrest of Dwayne Locksley Campbell, for attempted murder.

He's described as male, black, 5'11" tall, 195 pounds, medium build with a dark complexion.

Police think he may be using a 2013 BMW four door sedan with the Ontario plate BSAF 258, to get around.

Campbell is considered armed and dangerous and officers think he could be in possession of a gun.

If you spot him, they ask you not to approach him, but to instead call 9-1-1.

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