Toronto Police are informing the public of the recovery of a massive amount of electronic equipment from a search warrant.
They’re now looking for the owners of 366 cell phones, laptops, tablets, and monitors.
On Tuesday, May 7, officers executed a search warrant at 456 Dundas Street West.
It is alleged that 366 different items, all believed to have been stolen, were recovered. Of the recovered items police say there are 159 iPhones, 62 Samsung devices, 40 tablets, and 21 MacBooks.
Yong Huang, 19, and Lian Yu, 19, both of Toronto, were arrested and charged with:
1. Possession of Property Obtained by Crime Over $5,000
2. Traffic in Property Obtained by Crime
Yuejin Li, 54, of Toronto, was also arrested. He is charged with Possession of Property Obtained by Crime Over $5,000
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To access a full list of the recovered items, click here. Hit “CTRL F” to open a search tab and run your serial number or IMEI number to see if your lost/stolen item has been recovered.
If your item is on the list, you can contact the 52 Division Major Crime Unit at 416-808-5235, or email [email protected].
Proof of purchase or ownership will be required.