Crime Stoppers Offers $50,000 Reward For Information Leading to Arrest,
T'Quan Robertson, 24, Wanted for Attempt Murder and Aggravated Assault
Broadcast time: 10:35
Tuesday, June 25, 2019
Case #: 2018-1081199
On June 25, 2019, Deputy Chief Peter Yuen, Crime Stoppers Toronto Chair Sean Sportun and Bolo Program Director Maxime Langlois announced a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of T’Quan Robertson.
Watch the news conference
Robertson, 24, of Toronto, is wanted by police for:
1) Discharge Firearm with Intent
2) Attempt Murder
3) two counts of Aggravated Assault
He is described as 5'8", 130 lbs. He is considered armed and dangerous. If he is seen, do not approach him, and immediately call 9-1-1.
Anyone who wishes to remain anonymous can reach out directly to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.
On Thursday, June 14, 2018, at 5:01 p.m., police responded to reports of a shooting in the McCowan Road and Alton Towers Circle area.
It is alleged that:
- a man had opened fire on another man who was in a small park
- also in the small park at the time of the shooting were 11 small children
- two girls, 5 and 9, were located with gunshot wounds
Anyone who submits a tip leading to the arrest of T'Quan Robertson within the next six months is eligible for up to a $50,000 reward. Anonymous tipsters can collect the reward by calling Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).
The Bolo Program will be amplifying the message over social media and through traditional advertising on billboards.
Watch the Bolo Public Appeal Video
Deputy Chief Peter Yuen said police are not looking for more information in the case and simply want to make the final arrest.
"We’re not looking for witnesses or for people to testify; this case is ready to go to trial. We’re just looking for the location of the suspect so we can apprehend him, and he can face justice," Deputy Chief Yuen said.
Crime Stoppers Chair Sean Sportun said community safety is in everyone's hands.
"Crime Stoppers will always guarantee your anonymity and you will never be required to testify – so we urge you, if you know where T’Quan Robertson is or you have any information that can assist investigators in locating him - come forward… speak up… break the silence and by doing so, you will be making a difference in the safety of your community."
Bolo Program Director Maxime Langlois said the non-profit group does not investigate or take tips, but helps amplify the message.
"Over the next few weeks, the people of Toronto and Ontario will come across the T’Quan Robertson most wanted notice as they watch or read the news, as they check their social media feeds, or simply as they walk or drive by," Langlois said.
Constable Caroline de Kloet, Corporate Communications, for Crime Stoppers Dimitrios Tsianos