Monday, July 06, 2009

Man arrested in Canada - Information needed

Does anyone have any info on this guy? If you do, please let ELP know as soon as possible.

Man arrested in Mississauga arson case
Jul 05, 2009 08:16 AM

Staff reporter

Peel region police have arrested a Toronto man they say torched the same Mississauga townhouse development twice in the same year.
On June 29 at 11:00 p.m. 60 townhouses went up in flames at 1820 Burnhamthorpe Rd. E. The high-end houses, just days away from completion and expected to sell for $480,000 to $640,000 per unit, were demolished.
The fire also briefly knocked out electricity and 911 service in the neighbourhood.
On February 22 a fire broke out at 1:48 a.m. in the same townhouses.
The Ontario Fire Marshal's office deemed both fires were arson.
Several days ago Peel police released photographs of the suspect leaving the scene. After further investigative work and cooperation from the public in the area, Peel police have charged a man from the west-end of Toronto for both fires.
"The investigators are pleased, but there is a lot of work ahead," said Const. J.P. Valade.
"We need to conduct a background check and speak to those who know him."
Adam Zyskowski, 19, of Toronto faces two counts of arson, and one count of wearing a disguise with intent to commit an indictable offence. He is scheduled to appear in Brampton court today.

The investigating is ongoing. Anyone with information about either fire is asked to contact Peel region police or provide an anonymous tip to Peel Crime Stoppers

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