Police looking for owners of bikes and electronics stolen from downtown Toronto

Oct 12 2018, 4:22 pm

Police are informing the public of stolen property that was recently recovered in downtown Toronto.

According to police, on Wednesday, August 29, officers from the Toronto Police Service 14 Division executed a search warrant on an apartment in the area of Portland Street and Richmond Street West.

Upon arrival, police discovered several stolen items, that included:

  • 40 Bicycles, bicycle frames, tires and accessories
  • Numerous tools
  • Laptop computers
  • Cell phones
  • Other electronics

Police say a man was arrested inside the apartment unit and charged appropriately.

Additionally, police are informing the public of more property recovered in the area of Lakeshore Boulevard West and Spadina Avenue.

As a result of numerous community complaints, police started an investigation into an address in the Lakeshore Boulevard West and Spadina Avenue area and a controlled drugs and substance act warrant was granted for the address.

During the execution of the warrant, two people were arrested and charged for criminal offences and several stolen items were seized. The stolen items included:

  • Nine high-end bicycles
  • Four laptop computers
  • Two tablets
  • One cell phone
  • Several pieces of identification
  • Five replica firearms

Police have released images of some of the seized items.

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Anyone who had the aforementioned property stolen is encouraged to check out the Toronto Police’s Property Identification Program, which is a webpage where items that have been recovered by the Toronto Police Service are displayed in an effort to reunite owners with their property.

Keep in mind that users must have made a report to a police service before visiting the website and have their report number available.

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