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Monday August 17th, 2015

Posted at 2:27pm

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A Windsor man has been arrested after an investigation revealed an alleged elaborate plan to abduct and murder a teenaged girl and a woman aged 17 and 20.

Police say the investigation started on July 23rd after an online posting by the suspect was intercepted by an undercover officer.

The suspect posted photos of the intended victims and discussed plans with the undercover officer. Windsor police were able to identify and confirm that the woman and girl were residents in Windsor.

The suspect’s alleged plan included breaking into the residence where the girl and woman reside to gather information and to formulate a plan to later abduct them and take them to a remote location.

The suspect met with the undercover officer and later attended with him to a Windsor store to buy supplies to execute the break and enter. The undercover officer agreed to meet the suspect later on for the break in.

Police observed the suspect leaving his residence on August 15th at approximately 11:35pm allegedly on his way to meet with the undercover officer. Police arrested the suspect without incident.

Peter Bandulj, 27, is charged with 2 counts of Conspiracy to Commit Murder and 3 counts of Conspiracy to Commit an Indictable Offence (1 count Break and Enter, 2 counts Kidnapping).

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