Authorities said the suspect came to a used car dealership on March 3 at around 5:40 am at 080 Oxford East Street. The suspect exited the silver Audi, and entered the dealership to speak to an employee about the 2018 Black BMW M4 on the lot.
Surveillance shots The police released him Seized the accident.
The video shows the pair approaching the car and the suspect entering the driver’s seat while the operator initiates the car. The suspect then starts the car and accelerates it in the direction of the male employee.
The clerk jumps on the hood as the suspect exits the parking lot eastward on East Oxford Street. The employee held onto the vehicle as the suspect approached Highbury Street, at which point he slipped off the hood onto the road.
A second car, which can be seen in the video, passes in front of the victim as he falls from the car, almost colliding with him as it passes by. The victim was hospitalized by Middlesex-London Paramedic Services with minor injuries.
CTV in Canada The seller identified him as Mo Al Qaisi, 23.
Al-Qaisi told CTV that it was a “very frightening” experience and that he thought he would die.
“At one point, I had to hold the wiper arm because I was sliding on the ground and pulling my feet into the street and losing my shoes – my socks were torn. My feet were all torn now.”
The suspected man is described as having a dark complexion, skinny build, about 5 feet 8 inches tall, 140 pounds, bouffant black hair, black beard, black mask, wearing a dark blue suit with a white shirt with spots on it.
The stolen vehicle is a BMW M4 2018 in black, with red leather interior and 084DRX dealer plate. Audi Silver is described as having darker windows, a sunroof and silver trim. The stolen BMW M4 and Audi is seen driving south on Highbury Street.
Investigators are requesting dash-cam video from anyone who may have been in the area at the time of the accident.
Anyone with information regarding this incident is required to contact the London Police Service at (519) 661-5670 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). The information may also be sent anonymously over the Internet to www.londoncrimestoppers.com