Police have discharged surveillance camera pictures in the expectations of recognizing a few men needed in a $14,000 robbery at a downtown Toronto retail establishment. Two adolescents have just been captured; police are searching for five different guys.
Police assert the seven guys disguised their appearances with hoodies and covers when they entered the store, close Yonge and Queen roads, at around 4:10 p.m. Dec. 1. “They expelled various Moncler coats from the show,” police said in a news discharge Monday, Jan. 15. “They fled the store with over $14,000 worth of stock.
On Monday, two teenagers handed themselves over to police at the 52 Division station. The teenagers, ages 16 and 17, have been accused of robbery over $5,000 and trick to submit an indictable offense. Both are planned to show up in court Feb. 26. They can’t be recognized under the Youth Criminal Justice Act.Police are searching for five different guys.
One is 5’9” tall with dark hair and a thin form and was wearing dark glasses, Jordan 12 Playoff shoes, a dark three-quarter-length coat, naval force pants and a BAP cover. He was conveying a dark knapsack. Another is six-feet tall with a thin form and was wearing a dark air pocket coat, a dim hoodie and a dark balaclava. A third suspect had a goatee and was wearing a grey hoodie, a black bubble jacket, True Religion jeans and black sneakers.
A fourth suspect is six-feet tall with curly hair in an afro, a goatee and a stocky build and was wearing red Nike sneakers and grey track pants. He was carrying a black backpack.
The last outstanding suspect is six-feet tall with a goatee and a stocky build and was wearing a black hoodie, grey Roots jogging pants and beige Timberland boots. Anyone with information is asked to contact 52 Division police at 416-808-5200 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at 222tips.com or text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637).
EDITOR’S NOTE: Photo of two young offenders wanted in connection to these crimes have been removed from this story after they turned themselves to police. Jan. 15, 2017