Toronto police hunt for man after metal sign thrown at person in Union Station

Man wanted for assault and mischief. TPS/Handout

Police are searching for a man after someone was assaulted with a broken metal sign at the beginning of June.

In a press release, Toronto police said they were called to Union Station at 7:30 a.m. on June 7 after reports of an assault.

Two men became involved in an altercation before one man entered the Bay Concourse and started to “cause a disturbance,” according to police.

The man took a metal sign, broke it and threw it at someone, hitting them in the back, police said.

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He then fled the area.

Toronto police said the suspect is six feet tall with a medium build, 35 years old and clean-shaven. At the time of the incident, police said he was wearing a red cap with a Canada national hockey logo, blue plaid jacket and blue/grey jeans.

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He had grey shoes with an Asics logo and carried a green bag, police said.

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