Toronto Police have arrested two suspects in connection with the alleged theft of 11 vehicles in the city.
Law enforcement officials in Toronto have apprehended two individuals in relation to the purported pilfering of 11 vehicles from various locations in the city.
The alleged perpetrators were apprehended after Toronto Police launched an investigation into the thefts, which occurred over the past two months.
The two suspects, whose identities have not yet been released, were taken into custody after officers conducted a series of raids in the city’s west end.
The raids followed an extensive search effort that included the analysis of surveillance footage and interviews with potential witnesses.
Police have not yet released any details of the items allegedly taken in the thefts, but they have confirmed that 11 vehicles were reported stolen during their investigation.
The case is still under active investigation, and police have indicated that additional arrests may be forthcoming.
The Toronto Police Service has arrested two individuals in connection with the presumed larceny of 11 motor vehicles across the city. Subsequent to the launch of an inquiry into the thefts, which transpired over the span of two months, officers conducted raids in the western region of Toronto, resulting in the apprehension of the two suspects. The names of the suspects have yet to be publicly disclosed.
The raids followed an exhaustive search which included the survey of video surveillance and interviews with possible witnesses. While the details of the stolen items remain undisclosed, the Police have confirmed the theft of 11 separate vehicles. The inquiry is still being actively pursued, and more arrests may be executed in the near future.