Police believe they've identified woman who tossed chair off condo balcony

Police believe they've identified woman who tossed chair off condo balcony

The woman who threw a chair off a downtown Toronto condo balcony has now been identified. The chair then falls several floors to the ground.

The video, which appears to be shot on Snapchat with the caption "Good morning", shows the woman standing on a condo balcony on York Street as she holds a chair, and throws it onto the busy Toronto highway.

A photo posted online showed two mangled chairs resembling the one in the video sitting on a sidewalk.

Police say the woman also threw other items off of the balcony and all of the objects landed in front of an entrance to a condo building in the area.

They are investigating the incident as a case of mischief endangering life.

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Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-5200, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477) or online.

The woman's name hasn't been released, but a spokesperson from the Toronto police confirmed to Daily Hive they believe they know her identity, however, it won't be released until the investigation is complete and any formal charges have been laid.

Sgt. Ron Boyce told Radio-Canada that police believe the condo is at 55 Bremner Blvd., and said condo management is working with them.

Police have described the incident as "outrageous".

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