Toronto Police claim that they have identified the woman who threw a chair and “other objects” off of a downtown Toronto condo balcony and onto the Gardiner Expressway at 10 am.. on Saturday, February 9th.
The police have not released the woman’s name, but in a Tweet they revealed that they believe they know her identity. Her name will not be released until the investigation comes to completion and formal charges are laid. Additionally, police have described the woman as in her 20’s, 5’1″ to 5’2″, 110 lbs., slim build with long blonde hair.
BREAKING: @CBCToronto has learned @TorontoPolice have identified "chair girl". They are suggesting she seek legal advice and call police. If she doesn't come forward, they will consider identifying her.
— Kari Vierimaa (@karivierimaa) February 12, 2019
The video, which started to circulate on social media over the weekend, initiated a police investigation into the mischievous incident on Sunday night.
Police say that the items landed in front of the entrance to a condo building below, but the video makes it look as though the woman was aiming for the Gardiner Expressway.
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call the police at 416-808-5200 or anonymously with Crime Stoppers at 416-222-TIPS (8477). You can also submit information online here.