A pedestrian reportedly had their groceries stolen at knifepoint after an argument with a driver over their aggressive driving.
According to police, the person was walking near Kingsway Drive and Cedarwoods Crescent at about 3 p.m. on Sunday when the incident happened. Someone reportedly drove past the victim in an aggressive way, and they got into a verbal argument.
A news release said that two people in the car, the driver and passenger, got out of the vehicle and pulled out a knife, threatening the victim.
The suspects then reportedly took the victim's groceries and drove off.
Police said Monday that the first suspect was described as a white man who stood about six foot four with a large build. He reportedly had several tattoos on his face and was last seen wearing a t-shirt and faded jeans.
The second suspect was described as a Black man who was wearing a baseball hat, black hoody and black pants.
The vehicle is described as a small blue car, possibly either a Hyundai or a Honda, with one of the new, blue Ontario licence plates.
Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact police.