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Tuesday, 12 August 2014

Break-and-Enters in 22 Division: Police remind the public to lock up at night

The Toronto Police Service are reporting that there has been a rise in the number or break-and-enters this summer and are reminding residents to lock their windows and doors at night:
“The Toronto Police Service is seeking the public’s assistance with the increase in Break-and-Enters during the warm summer months.

Since the beginning of the summer, residents from the south end of 22 Division have experienced a series of residential Break-and-Enters during the night.

The point of entry at these Break-and-Enters has been through open windows or unlocked doors.

Home owners have been at home at the time of some of the Break-and-Enters. The suspects exited upon realizing the residence was occupied.

The Toronto Police Service is investigating the series of residential Break-and-Enters and would like to speak with anyone who was in these areas at the time and may have witnessed any suspicious activity.

Investigators would also like to remind the public to keep their doors and windows secured before heading to bed for the night.”

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