A Windsor family is still shaken after a pair of suspects smashed their way into one of their vehicles early Monday morning, using bear spray when confronted.
Connor Ryersee’s Jeep was parked outside the Hanna Street east home he shares with his partner and her father.
He said he was woken up around 5 a.m. to find it being ransacked by two guys dressed head to toe in black.
“I opened the window and shouted at him,” he said.
That shouting woke Ron Durocher, who told CTV News he followed the suspects on foot while his daughter called police.
Durocher said he found the pair in an alley. That’s when he said one sprayed him with bear spray.
“It was like I couldn’t get a breath. I was trying to get air in. I couldn’t breathe at all. I couldn’t chase them down the alley, I just yelled you better …