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Facebook: A week in review

An aggregate of Facebook posts made by our members in the past week can be found below. Latest posts are at the top:

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TPSOperations
Pls find Colin Neagu, 18.Missing June25,2017, YorkMills Rd/DVP.Gry Roots pants, blk Adidas jkt.Concerned for safety. ^vk
24 mins ago

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TPSOperations
Pls find Colin Neagu, 18.Missing June25,2017, YorkMills Rd/DVP.Gry Roots pants, blk Adidas jkt.Concerned for safety.#deletewhenfound ^vk
24 mins ago

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TorontoPolice
At #Pride? Keep in mind @TorontoMedics has a field hospital set up at Catholic Children's Aid Society, 26 Maitland St, 10am-10pm. ^vk
5 hours ago

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TorontoPolice
At #Pride? Keep in mind @TorontoMedics has a field hospital set up at Catholic Children's Aid Society, 26 Maitland St, 10am-10pm. ^vk
5 hours ago

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TorontoPolice
Welcome, all visitors, to #Toronto, aka #the6ix! Our home is your home. If you need police during #Pride weekend, here are our numbers. ^vk
5 hours ago

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TPSOperations
Reports of electrical transformer explosion at John St/Pine St in Jane/Lawrence area. Unknown if power disrupted in area. #GO1134456 ^vk
5 hours ago

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TorontoPolice
Happy Eid al-Fitr! May all your days be joyful. #EidMubarak ^vk
5 hours ago

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TPSOperations
"Missing: Robert SCOFFIELDL/S in area of Martingrove Rd/HWY 409 driving a 2015 Grey Lexus RX350 CBCN 053Info 416-808-2300^dn#GO11246028"
6 hours ago

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TPSOperations
"Reports of person/train collision, south of Danforth GO station. Emergency Services en route. More info to follow. #1133863 ^vk"
7 hours ago

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TPSOperations
Reports of person/train collision, south of Danforth GO station. Emergency Services en route. More info to follow. #1133863 ^vk
7 hours ago

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TPSOperations
Use caution northbound DVP, approaching Dundas St. Tractor trailer broken down on shoulder, protruding into live lane. #GO1133719 ^vk
7 hours ago

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TPSOperations
Fire: Ellesmere Rd/ Parkington Cres.. Fire reported at a restaurant. 1 person w injuries being taken to hospital. #GO1132287 ^adc
15 hours ago

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TPSOperations
Fire: Humber Bay Park Road..Boat on fire. No reports of injs, but its in a marina near other boats. TFS & Marine unit otw #GO1132180 ^adc
16 hours ago

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TPSOperations
INFO: Gerrard St.. Very large crowd in the area for religious celebration. Gerrard is now closed from Coxwell to Greenwood. #GO1131628 ^adc
16 hours ago

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TPSOperations
Fire: Allenby Ave/ Hatfield Cres.. reports of flames seen coming from a home. No reports of injuries at this time. #GO1130719 ^adc
20 hours ago

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TPSOperations
Sound of Gunshots: Kennedy Rd/ Ellesmere Rd.. reports of 1 shot heard. Unconfirmed. Units are responding. #GO1130532 ^adc
21 hours ago

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TPSOperations
MISSING MAN: Robert Silverstein, 59, Queen St/ Peter Street.. anyone with info please call 23 Division 4168082300 #GO1127736 ^adc
22 hours ago

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TPSOperations
Collision: Finch Ave W/ Islington Ave.. 2 vehs involved, no serious injuries reported at this time. #GO1130065 ^adc
23 hours ago

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TPSOperations
Two armed w/ guns, Kipling Ave/Rexdale Blvd. Gun-point arrest by officers. Turns out to be BB guns. Investigation ongoing. #GO1129626 ^vk
1 day ago

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TPSOperations
Collision in intersection of Queen St W/Crawford St. Westbound Queen St and streetcar tracks blocked. #GO1129167 ^vk
1 day ago

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TPSOperations
Please help find Seyelle Henry, 15. Missing June23,2017 from Jane/Sheppard. 5'2", blk hoody/jeans/shoes. ^vk
1 day ago

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TPSOperations
Please help find Seyelle Henry, 15.Missing June23,2017 from Jane/Sheppard.5'2", blk hoody/jeans/shoes. #deletewhenfound ^vk
1 day ago

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TPSOperations
Please help find Seyelle Henry, 15.Missing June23,2017 from Jane/Sheppard.5'2", blk hoody/jeans/shoes.#deletewhenfound ^vk
1 day ago

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TPS11Division
Great turn out today @ Cram the Cruiser. Come join us @ Lablaws -3671 Dundas St W
1 day ago

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TorontoPolice
At #Pride? Keep in mind Toronto Medics has a field hospital set up at Catholic Children's Aid Society, 26 Maitland St, 10am-10pm. ^vk
1 day ago

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TorontoPolice
At #Pride? Keep in mind Toronto Medics has a field hospital set up at Catholic Children's Aid Society, 26 Maitland St, 10am-10pm. ^vk
1 day ago

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TorontoPolice
Welcome, all visitors, to #Toronto, aka #the6ix! Our home is your home. If you need police during #Pride weekend, here are our numbers. ^vk
1 day ago

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TPSOperations
"Pls find Ron Carson, 62. Autistic. Stressed=may appear younger.Missing nr Warden Subway.5'10", red Roots sweater, small gry backpack. ^vk"
1 day ago

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TPSOperations
This is what Ron Carson, 62 was wearing today. #deletewhenfound ^vk https://twitter.com/TPSOperations/status/878355409660018688
2 days ago

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TPSOperations
This is what Ron Carson, 62 was wearing today. #deletewhenfound ^vk https://twitter.com/TPSOperations/status/878355409660018688
2 days ago

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TPSOperations
Sound of gunshots heard near Dufferin St/Eglinton Ave W. Anyone with information, please call 416.808.1300 #GO1123726 ^vk
2 days ago

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TorontoPolice
Welcome, all visitors, to #Toronto, aka #the6ix! Our home is your home. If you need police during Pride week, here are our numbers. ^vk
2 days ago

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TPSOperations
A new program will standardize how police divert young people from criminal charges across the city in an attempt to reduce recidivism and steer...
2 days ago

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TPSOperations
"Pre-Charge Diversion Program gives youth mentors & community service, and out of justice system. @YouthON ^vk https://t.co/0CR2WPGoJR"
2 days ago

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TPSOperations
""Pre-Charge Diversion" program where youth 12-17 may be eligible if less serious crimes committed & no vic/public safety issue. @YouthON ^vk"
2 days ago

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TPSOperations
"Pre-Charge Diversion" program where youth 12-17 may be eligible if less serious crimes committed & no vic/public safety issue. OntMinChildren&Youth ^vk
2 days ago

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TPSOperations
Updated photos of Ron Carson, 62. Missing. Warden Subway closure may have confused him. #deletewhenfound ^vk https://twitter.com/TPSOperations/status/878285962698162176
2 days ago

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TPSOperations
Updated photos of Ron Carson, 62. Missing. Warden Subway closure may have confused him. #deletewhenfound ^vk https://twitter.com/TPSOperations/status/878285962698162176
2 days ago

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TPSOperations
Girl, 13, photographed on top of parked subway car, Davisville, arrested. To be released on Youth Pre-charge Diversion. Official TTC Tweets ^vk
2 days ago

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TPSOperations
Reports of three vehicle collision, including a roll-over, at Dixon Rd/Carlingview Dr. #1122407 ^vk
2 days ago

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TPSOperations
Collision eastbound Gardiner, near Jameson Ave, has all but one lane closed. #GO1122404 ^vk
2 days ago

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TPSOperations
Shooting investigation. Male walks into 12 Division apparently shot. Taken to hospital. Investigation underway. #GO1121957 ^vk
2 days ago

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TPS41
Assistance sought identifying man wanted in Robbery investigation, Toronto's east end area, Security camera images of wanted man releasedBroadcast time: 10:42Thursday, June 22, 2017Hold Up416-808-7350Case #: 2017-246995Toronto Police Service Hold Up would like to make the public aware of a series of six robberies in the east end of Toronto.It is reported that: - on Wednesday, February 8, 2017, at 11 p.m., a man concealed his identity by covering his face with a surgical-style mask - the man approached the TTC collector at Midland subway station - he pointed a black handgun at the collector, racked it three times, and made demands for money - the victim handed over a quantity of cash, and the male suspect fled It is further reported that: - on Saturday, December 10, 2016, at 9 a.m., a man entered the branch of a bank near Old Kingston Road and Military Trail - he had concealed his identity by covering his face with a surgical-style mask, and by wearing a yellow construction helmet and a construction vest - the man then pointed a handgun at the bank teller and made a demand for money - after obtaining money, the man fled the bank, and was last seen leaving in an older-model black Toyota Corolla It is further reported that: - on Sunday, November 27, 2016, a man entered a beer store in the Morningside Avenue and Sheppard Avenue East area - he pointed a handgun at the store employee and demanded money - once the money was obtained, he fled on a bicycle It is further reported that: - on Tuesday, December 6, 2016, the same man entered another beer store, in the Lawrence Avenue East and Port Union Road area - once again, he pointed a handgun at the employee and demanded cash - he fled in a vehicle once the cash was obtained It is further reported that: - during August 2016, this man attended two retail premises on Sheppard Avenue East - on both occasions, he entered each of the premises and propped open the door with a stick - he then pointed a handgun at the employee and made a demand for money - the employee handed over a quantity of money, cigarettes, and lottery tickets and the man fled on foot The male suspect is described as black, mid-20s, 5´6"-5´8", long hair possibly worn in dreadlocks, cornrows, or an afro style. Security camera images of the suspect have been released. To view video, click here. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-7350, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com, or text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637). Download the free Crime Stoppers Mobile App on iTunes, Google Play or Blackberry App World. For more news, visit TPSnews.ca.Constable Jenifferjit Sidhu, Corporate Communications, for Staff Inspector Mike Earl, Hold Up
2 days ago

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TPSOperations
Car spun out, blocking left lane of eastbound Gardiner, approaching DVP. #GO1121712 ^vk
2 days ago

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TPSOperations
3 veh collision at Finch Ave W/Kipling Ave. Eastbound Finch closed at Kipling, westbound from Islington. #GO1121346 ^vk
2 days ago

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TPSOperations
"Officers guarding scene of stabbing of boy, believed 16, at Dupont St/Dufferin St. Man & woman arrested. More info to come. #GO1118825 ^vk"
2 days ago

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TPSOperations
Pls find Ron Carson, 62. Autistic. Stressed=may appear younger.Missing nr Warden Subway.5'10", red Roots sweater, small gry backpack. ^vk
2 days ago

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TPSOperations
Help find Ron Carson, 62. He's autistic. May appear younger when stressed. Warden Subway closure may have confused him. #deletewhenfound ^vk
2 days ago

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TorontoPolice
Read about Toronto Police & Seniors' Fraud Prevention http://tpsnews.ca/stories/2017/06/seniors-fraud-awareness/
2 days ago

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TPSOperations
"TRCA #FLOODWATCH - beware of potential flooding adjacent to rivers and transportation impacts. Details: https://t.co/uq0PHRosOs #onstorm"
2 days ago

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TPSOperations
Stabbing of boy at Warden Subway Station, at 2am: station still closed for investigation. Forensic Unit on scene. #GO1119061 Official TTC Tweets ^vk
2 days ago

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TPSOperations
Officers guarding scene of stabbing of boy, believed 16, at Dupont St/Dufferin St. Man & woman arrested. More info to come. #GO1118825 ^vk
2 days ago

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TPSOperations
Streetcar and car collision at intersection of Dundas St E/Jarvis. #GO1119788 ^vk
2 days ago

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TPSOperations
Hazard: SB DVP/ Don Mills Rd.. Stalled truck on right shoulder. Partially blocking a lane. #GO1118221 ^adc
3 days ago

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TPSOperations
Collision: St Clair Ave/ Yonge St.. Car and Streetcar involved. No injuries reported. Expect possible delays. #GO1118209 ^adc
3 days ago

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Fire: Finch Ave/ Oakdale Rd.. Lots of smoke coming from Official TTC Tweets bus. Bus has been evacuated. No injuries reported. #GO1118116 ^adc
3 days ago

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Collision: Dundas St/ Brock Ave.. 2 vehs involved. Reports that 2 males from vehs now involved in a fight. No info on injs. #GO1117809 ^adc
3 days ago

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Collision: Lake Shore Blvd W/ Ontario Dr.. 2 vehs involved. 1 veh has gone off the roadway and into a fence. No info on injs. #GO1117844^adc
3 days ago

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TPSOperations
Collision: Wilson Ave/ Highview Ave.. 2 vehs involved. No serious injuries reported at this time. #GO1117685 ^adc
3 days ago

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TPSOperations
Hazard: Jane St/ Grandravine Dr.. Reports of a sinkhole on roadway. 1 NB lane on Jane just N of Grandravine is now closed. #GO1117336 ^adc
3 days ago

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Collision: Gerrard St/ University Ave.. 2 vehs involved. Major damage reported. 2 NB lanes on University blocked at Gerrard. #GO1117165 ^adc
3 days ago

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TPSOperations
Collision: The Queensway/ Islington Ave.. 2 vehs involved. 1 veh has struck a light standard. Injuries reported. #GO1116893 ^adc
3 days ago

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TPSOperations
Collision: Lansdowne / College st.. Cyclist struck. Unknown injuries. Involved vehicle is still OS. #GO1116999^adc
3 days ago

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TPSOperations
Collision: Lake Shore Blvd/ Carlaw AVe.. Cyclist struck, no info on injuries. Units are otw. #GO1116935^adc
3 days ago

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TPSOperations
Collision: Jane St/ Falstaff Ave.. 2 vehs involved. Airbags depolyed. No info on injuries. #GO1116939 ^adc
3 days ago

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TPSOperations
Please be aware: northbound Allen Rd, approaching Sheppard Ave W, stalled car in the middle lane. #GO1116048 ^vk
3 days ago

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TPSOperations
Collision at intersection of Dundas St W/Earlinton Ave. Car and pick-up truck. #GO1115583 ^vk
3 days ago

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TorontoPolice
Acting Sergeant Joseph Robert Battersby #HereosInLifeOn June 22, 1951, Acting Sergeant Joseph Robert Battersby died after being electrocuted while investigating fallen hydro wires.We offer our profound gratitude and respect to those officers who paid life's highest price to fulfill the Service's Motto"To Serve and Protect"
3 days ago

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Assistance sought identifying three men in Robbery investigation,Dovercourt Road and Northumberland Street area, Security camera images of the men releasedBroadcast time: 09:27Thursday, June 22, 201714 Division416-808-1400Case #: 17-998945The Toronto Police Service requests assistance identifying three men involved in a Robbery investigation. It is reported that: - on Monday, June 5, 2017, at approximately 7:25 p.m., a 13-year-old boy and a 19-year-old man were walking in the Dovercourt Road and Northumberland Street area - the man and boy were accosted by three men who demanded money - the three men threatened to put a knife to the man's and boy's throats should they not comply with the demands - the three men went through the man's and boy's pockets, taking their money - the three men ran off and into Ossington subway station using the Delaware Avenue entrance. They used the westbound train to flee Security camera images of the three men have been released. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-1400, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com, or text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637). Download the free Crime Stoppers Mobile App on iTunes, Google Play or Blackberry App World. For more news, visit TPSnews.ca.Constable Jenifferjit Sidhu, Corporate Communications, for Detective Constable John Antonaros, 14 Division
3 days ago

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Assistance sought identifying man wanted in Robbery investigation, Toronto's east end area, Security camera images of wanted man releasedBroadcast time: 10:42Thursday, June 22, 2017Hold Up416-808-7350Case #: 2017-246995Toronto Police Service Hold Up would like to make the public aware of a series of six robberies in the east end of Toronto.It is reported that: - on Wednesday, February 8, 2017, at 11 p.m., a man concealed his identity by covering his face with a surgical-style mask - the man approached the TTC collector at Midland subway station - he pointed a black handgun at the collector, racked it three times, and made demands for money - the victim handed over a quantity of cash, and the male suspect fled It is further reported that: - on Saturday, December 10, 2016, at 9 a.m., a man entered the branch of a bank near Old Kingston Road and Military Trail - he had concealed his identity by covering his face with a surgical-style mask, and by wearing a yellow construction helmet and a construction vest - the man then pointed a handgun at the bank teller and made a demand for money - after obtaining money, the man fled the bank, and was last seen leaving in an older-model black Toyota Corolla It is further reported that: - on Sunday, November 27, 2016, a man entered a beer store in the Morningside Avenue and Sheppard Avenue East area - he pointed a handgun at the store employee and demanded money - once the money was obtained, he fled on a bicycle It is further reported that: - on Tuesday, December 6, 2016, the same man entered another beer store, in the Lawrence Avenue East and Port Union Road area - once again, he pointed a handgun at the employee and demanded cash - he fled in a vehicle once the cash was obtained It is further reported that: - during August 2016, this man attended two retail premises on Sheppard Avenue East - on both occasions, he entered each of the premises and propped open the door with a stick - he then pointed a handgun at the employee and made a demand for money - the employee handed over a quantity of money, cigarettes, and lottery tickets and the man fled on foot The male suspect is described as black, mid-20s, 5´6"-5´8", long hair possibly worn in dreadlocks, cornrows, or an afro style. Security camera images of the suspect have been released. To view video, click here. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-7350, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com, or text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637). Download the free Crime Stoppers Mobile App on iTunes, Google Play or Blackberry App World. For more news, visit TPSnews.ca.Constable Jenifferjit Sidhu, Corporate Communications, for Staff Inspector Mike Earl, Hold Up
3 days ago

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Assistance sought identifying man wanted in Robbery investigation, Toronto's east end area, Security camera images of wanted man releasedBroadcast time: 10:42Thursday, June 22, 2017Hold Up416-808-7350Case #: 2017-246995Toronto Police Service Hold Up would like to make the public aware of a series of six robberies in the east end of Toronto.It is reported that: - on Wednesday, February 8, 2017, at 11 p.m., a man concealed his identity by covering his face with a surgical-style mask - the man approached the TTC collector at Midland subway station - he pointed a black handgun at the collector, racked it three times, and made demands for money - the victim handed over a quantity of cash, and the male suspect fled It is further reported that: - on Saturday, December 10, 2016, at 9 a.m., a man entered the branch of a bank near Old Kingston Road and Military Trail - he had concealed his identity by covering his face with a surgical-style mask, and by wearing a yellow construction helmet and a construction vest - the man then pointed a handgun at the bank teller and made a demand for money - after obtaining money, the man fled the bank, and was last seen leaving in an older-model black Toyota Corolla It is further reported that: - on Sunday, November 27, 2016, a man entered a beer store in the Morningside Avenue and Sheppard Avenue East area - he pointed a handgun at the store employee and demanded money - once the money was obtained, he fled on a bicycle It is further reported that: - on Tuesday, December 6, 2016, the same man entered another beer store, in the Lawrence Avenue East and Port Union Road area - once again, he pointed a handgun at the employee and demanded cash - he fled in a vehicle once the cash was obtained It is further reported that: - during August 2016, this man attended two retail premises on Sheppard Avenue East - on both occasions, he entered each of the premises and propped open the door with a stick - he then pointed a handgun at the employee and made a demand for money - the employee handed over a quantity of money, cigarettes, and lottery tickets and the man fled on foot The male suspect is described as black, mid-20s, 5´6"-5´8", long hair possibly worn in dreadlocks, cornrows, or an afro style. Security camera images of the suspect have been released. To view video, click here. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-7350, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com, or text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637). Download the free Crime Stoppers Mobile App on iTunes, Google Play or Blackberry App World. For more news, visit TPSnews.ca.Constable Jenifferjit Sidhu, Corporate Communications, for Staff Inspector Mike Earl, Hold Up
3 days ago

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TorontoPolice
"Red Ryder Bandits" Robbery spree, Security camera images released of men involvedBroadcast time: 10:44Thursday, June 22, 2017Hold Up416-808-7350 Case #: 17-615789Toronto Police Service Hold Up would like to make the public aware of a retail robbery spree involving at least three men who robbed eight stores in the west end while armed with a firearm described as a long-barrel rifle. It is reported that: - between Tuesday, March 14, 2017, and Tuesday, April 11, 2017, ten stores located primarily east of Hwy 27, west of Weston Road, and close to Finch Avenue West, were robbed between 8:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. - some stores were robbed by one, two or three men from the same group - during the robberies, the man armed with the firearm entered the premises and removed the gun from the front of his pants before making a demand for money - the second man vaulted over the counter and proceeded to remove cash from the cash register - in one robbery, the man grabbed an employee by her hair and forced her to the cash register - in some circumstances, the men robbed the customers who were present during the robbery - prior to leaving the premises, one man concealed the firearm down his pants - the men concealed their faces by wearing a full-face grey mask and a black ˝-face mask The three men are described as 20-25, 5'8"-6'0". Security camera images and video of the suspects have been released. To view security camera video, click here. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-7350, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com, or text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637). Download the free Crime Stoppers Mobile App on iTunes, Google Play or Blackberry App World. For more news, visit TPSnews.ca.Constable Jenifferjit Sidhu, Corporate Communications, for Staff Inspector Michael Earl, Hold Up
3 days ago

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"Red Ryder Bandits" Robbery spree, Security camera images released of men involvedBroadcast time: 10:44Thursday, June 22, 2017Hold Up416-808-7350 Case #: 17-615789Toronto Police Service Hold Up would like to make the public aware of a retail robbery spree involving at least three men who robbed eight stores in the west end while armed with a firearm described as a long-barrel rifle. It is reported that: - between Tuesday, March 14, 2017, and Tuesday, April 11, 2017, ten stores located primarily east of Hwy 27, west of Weston Road, and close to Finch Avenue West, were robbed between 8:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. - some stores were robbed by one, two or three men from the same group - during the robberies, the man armed with the firearm entered the premises and removed the gun from the front of his pants before making a demand for money - the second man vaulted over the counter and proceeded to remove cash from the cash register - in one robbery, the man grabbed an employee by her hair and forced her to the cash register - in some circumstances, the men robbed the customers who were present during the robbery - prior to leaving the premises, one man concealed the firearm down his pants - the men concealed their faces by wearing a full-face grey mask and a black ˝-face mask The three men are described as 20-25, 5'8"-6'0". Security camera images and video of the suspects have been released. To view security camera video, click here. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-7350, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com, or text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637). Download the free Crime Stoppers Mobile App on iTunes, Google Play or Blackberry App World. For more news, visit TPSnews.ca.Constable Jenifferjit Sidhu, Corporate Communications, for Staff Inspector Michael Earl, Hold Up
3 days ago

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TPS41
Get the whole picture - and other photos from D41 Neighbourhood
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TorontoPolice
Garda Legacy of Service The newest police dog has the skills to sniff out firearms and illicit drugs, much like many of her four-legged colleagues, but also ...
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TPSOperations
"Collision between garbage truck and cyclist at Bloor St E/Huntley St. Cyclist calling in to report. #GO1113096 ^vk"
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TPSOperations
Broken down car eastbound Gardiner, approaching Spadina Ave, in right lane (no shoulder lane in area). #GO1112981 ^vk
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TPSOperations
Collision between garbage truck and cyclist at Bloor St E/Huntley St. Cyclist calling in to report. #GO1113096 ^vk
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TPSOperations
Truck made contact w/ SRT bridge at Kennedy Subway Station. SRT service temporarily suspended until bridge checked. #GO1112983 Official TTC Tweets
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TPSOperations
Two vehicle collision reported at Gerrard St E/DeGrassi St. #GO1113070 ^vk
3 days ago

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TPSOperations
Collision involving tractor trailer eastbound Gardiner, past South Kingsway. #GO1112970 ^vk
3 days ago

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TPSOperations
Collision and damaged tractor trailer blocking left lane, southbound, on DVP near Spanbridge Rd. #GO1112897 ^vk
3 days ago

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TPS11Division
Week 25 Crime by map - 11 Divsion
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TPSOperations
If you see Emergency Task Force (ETF) at The East Mall/Burnhamthorpe Rd this morning, they're there for training. #GO1112890 ^vk
3 days ago

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TorontoPolice
The newest police dog has the skills to sniff out firearms and illicit drugs, much like many of her four-legged colleagues, but also has the additional gift of helping to heal members of the Service family.
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PCGuyServiceTorontoPolice43D
Get the whole picture - and other photos from YYZGuy90
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TPSOperations
FIRE: Dufferin Street and Geary Avenue, 13 Division. Info - old car on fire. Police on the way. #GO1108655 ^CdK
4 days ago

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TPSOperations
COLLISION: Parliament Street between Richmond Street East and Queen Street East is closed for investigation, 51 Division. #GO1107698 ^CdK
4 days ago

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TPS11Division
Please come out and support this 11 Division event. See you Saturday!!
4 days ago

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TPSOperations
FIRE: Quietbrook Cresent and Staines Road area, 42 Division. Info - house fire. Police on the way. #GO1107767 ^CdK
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TPS55
Project "STOP & WAIT"55 Division has been involved in a project focusing on traffic safety around crosswalks. The project was in response to the high number of pedestrian fatalities in 2015-2016 and the legislation that came in as a repsonse requiring drivers & cyclists to stop & yield the whole roadway at pedestrian crossovers & school crossings when a crossing guard is present. The project included both education & enforcement. Yesterday 55 Division & Paula Fletcher hosted an appreciation lunch for the school crossing guards from 55 Div. who are employed by the TPS to get school children across the street safely. Some quick facts & info:-55 Division has 51 school crossings.-32 elementary schools.-9 high schools.-18, 704 students. -416-808-5538 is the phone # for 55 Division's School Crossing Guard coordinator.-In order for an intersection to have a crossing guard an in-depth study of traffic in the area is conducted.
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Watch press conference for #ProjectWater 2017 --- including Mark Horvath of Invisible People and Mike Ervick from Toronto Police ServiceProject Water Facts:We are in our 18th year - Over 11years with Nestlé Waters Canada involved.To date we have distributed over2.5 million bottles of water to front-line agencies.Agencies come from within 4 hours of the GTA, as far as Windsor, ON - approx. 20% coming from outside the GTAOver 150 agencies/programswill receive water this year.Over 300,000 bottles of water will be distributed.Approximately 19 of the agencies focus solely on youth homelessness.We will pack/distribute 3,000 Summer Survival kits which contains 28 items including: hat, reusable drink container, pen, paper, Band-Aids, sunscreen, bar of soap, hand wipes, cooling towel, sunglasses, food items --- packed into a re-usable cinch bag. Approx. retail value: over$210,000 ($70 x 3,000 kits).Approx. 100 volunteers from Nestlé Waters Canada, CIBC, Tech 4 Kids, KPMG, Home Depot, Bargains Group, Scotiabank, Debco, Toronto Police Service and more.Guest services include:Magen Boys, Smash, Salvation Army.Homelessness FactsApprox. 5,000 people in Toronto who are homeless (homesfirst.on.ca)Approx. 35,000 homeless people in Canada on any given night(State of Homelessness in Canada 2014)In 2015, there were 12 heat alerts issued for the city of Toronto, 4 of them being extreme heat alerts.Homeless includes people who unsheltered, in emergency shelters, in temporary accommodations, or at risk of being homelessIn 2014, there were 18 names added to the Toronto Homeless Memorial.Homeless people have died in the winter - summer can be even more dangerousHomeless are often victims of violence, and suffer from poor physical and mental health. (homesfirst.on.ca)Dehydration FactsCan survive weeks to months without food, only 2-3 days without waterWater makes up 60-70 % of your body weightDehydration is fatal when 9 - 12% of your body weight is lost via waterMost homeless spend the summer in a constant state of dehydration1% dehydration results in feeling thirsty, 10% decreases mental performance.Water shouldn´t be a luxury; hydration is a fundamental need for the human body
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Watch press conference for #ProjectWater 2017 --- including Mark Horvath of Invisible People and Mike Ervick from Toronto Police ServiceProject Water Facts:We are in our 18th year - Over 11years with Nestlé Waters Canada involved.To date we have distributed over2.5 million bottles of water to front-line agencies.Agencies come from within 4 hours of the GTA, as far as Windsor, ON - approx. 20% coming from outside the GTAOver 150 agencies/programswill receive water this year.Over 300,000 bottles of water will be distributed.Approximately 19 of the agencies focus solely on youth homelessness.We will pack/distribute 3,000 Summer Survival kits which contains 28 items including: hat, reusable drink container, pen, paper, Band-Aids, sunscreen, bar of soap, hand wipes, cooling towel, sunglasses, food items --- packed into a re-usable cinch bag. Approx. retail value: over$210,000 ($70 x 3,000 kits).Approx. 100 volunteers from Nestlé Waters Canada, CIBC, Tech 4 Kids, KPMG, Home Depot, Bargains Group, Scotiabank, Debco, Toronto Police Service and more.Guest services include:Magen Boys, Smash, Salvation Army.Homelessness FactsApprox. 5,000 people in Toronto who are homeless (homesfirst.on.ca)Approx. 35,000 homeless people in Canada on any given night(State of Homelessness in Canada 2014)In 2015, there were 12 heat alerts issued for the city of Toronto, 4 of them being extreme heat alerts.Homeless includes people who unsheltered, in emergency shelters, in temporary accommodations, or at risk of being homelessIn 2014, there were 18 names added to the Toronto Homeless Memorial.Homeless people have died in the winter - summer can be even more dangerousHomeless are often victims of violence, and suffer from poor physical and mental health. (homesfirst.on.ca)Dehydration FactsCan survive weeks to months without food, only 2-3 days without waterWater makes up 60-70 % of your body weightDehydration is fatal when 9 - 12% of your body weight is lost via waterMost homeless spend the summer in a constant state of dehydration1% dehydration results in feeling thirsty, 10% decreases mental performance.Water shouldn´t be a luxury; hydration is a fundamental need for the human body
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I love seeing great turnouts & participation at school bike rodeos. It's even better when students in Jk & Sk already know the safety tips I present. The students at Blake P.S. had great bike & helmet safety knowledge today!
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PERSON WITH A GUN: Midland Avenue and Verdun Avenue, 41 Division. Officers on scene, info - occurred 70min ago. #GO1106708 ^CdK
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Members of a mosque in 12 Division are praising Toronto Police for making arrests less than 12 hours after a robbery at their place of worship.
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MISSING: Basia (Barbara) Kozdra, 33, believed to be in Toronto. Anyone with info contact 13 Division 1800222TIPS #GO1104794 ^CdK
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Members of a mosque in 12 Division are praising Toronto Police for making arrests less than 12 hours after a robbery at their place of worship.
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Members of a mosque in 12 Division are praising Toronto Police for making arrests less than 12 hours after a robbery at their place of worship.
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Project Water To Distribute 3000 Survival Kits For People Experiencing Homelessness. You can help by donating online to registered charity Engage and Change here: http://bit.ly/ProjectWater17 #ProjectWater
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Happy National Aboriginal Day!
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TorontoPolice
Ever wonder what being a Mounted Unit Officer entails? Here is a day in the life of a mounted officer! #HowWeDoItTPS
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Ever wonder what being a Mounted Unit Officer entails? Here is a day in the life of a mounted officer! #HowWeDoItTPS
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FIRE: Jane Street & Steeles Avenue West, 31 Division. Bus lane blocked southbound Jane St from Steeles Ave W. Toronto Hydro #GO1105585 ^CdK
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MISSING: Lou Gatila, 32, last seen on June 13, in the Martin Grove Road and Finch Avenue West area, 23 Division. #GO1060379 ^CdK
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When 42 Division officers arrested a teenager a few years ago, for shoplifting at a local Walmart, they chose to refer her to Operation Springboard instead of laying charges.
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COLLISION: College Street and St. George Street, @TPS52Div. Info - streetcar and auto involved. Expect traffic delays. #GO1101839 ^CdK
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COLLISION: College Street and St. George Street, 52 Division. Info - streetcar and auto involved. Expect traffic delays. #1101839 ^CdK
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You can help us help people experiencing homelessness in teh Greater Toronto area by donating online: http://bit.ly/ProjectWater17 Are you looking for an amazing group volunteer experience for yourself or your company? Project Water is the perfect opportunity for you! You´ll have the chance to have fun AND make a difference by preparing survival kits for the homeless, and loading cars for shelter and social service agency employees as they arrive to pick up the water and survival kits that will keep the homeless hydrated all summer.Did you know that more homeless people die from dehydration in the summer than from cold exposure in the winter? It´s a day full of excitement and an awesome team-building experience - with great food, awesome music, and many heartwarming and group bonding moments! Get engaged on Wednesday, June 21st and let´s make a change together. Check out our recap video from Project Water 2016: http://bit.ly/2sicMwfYou can learn more on the Engage and Change website, or you can sign up using this link: http://bit.ly/2sigl5UCan't join us on event day? You can still donate to help this very important cause: http://ow.ly/2A5u30cDgoR
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CHEMICAL HAZARD: Cherry St & Villiers St 51 Division. Roads closed: Cherry St > Villiers St > Munition St > Commissioners St. #GO1100347 ^CdK
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FIRE: on Appledale Road, 22 Division TPS. Road closure on Appledale Road from North Heights Road to Beaverbrook Avenue. #GO1099770 ^CdK
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MISSING: Maxine Foster, 30, last seen Monday, June 19, 1:30pm, in the Eglinton Avenue West and Bathurst Street, 13 Division. #GO1096824 ^CdK
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COLLISION: Markham Road, north of 401, 43 Division. Info - 2 vehicles involved, unknown injuries. Police on the way. #GO1098539 ^CdK
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TorontoPolice
A new program will standardize how police divert young people from criminal charges across the city in an attempt to reduce recidivism and steer young people away from the criminal justice system.
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TPS55
A warning and use caution if found.
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COLLISION: Lawrence Avenue East and Port Union Road, 43 Division. Info - 2 vehicles involved, unknown injuries. #GO1094243 ^CdK
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As a provincial youth outreach worker, Michael Kissi often encounters young people who are troubled, frustrated and have an opinion about police.
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Auxiliary Officers are uniformed volunteers who assist their divisions with Crime Prevention, among other functions. #HowWeDoItTPS53 Division Toronto Police Service Toronto Police Auxiliary
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Constable Kenneth Holmes Lennon #HeroesInLIfe On June 19, 1954, Constable Kenneth Holmes Lennon died following a collision between his police motorcycle and an oncoming vehicle.We offer our profound gratitude and respect to those officers who paid life's highest price to fulfill the Service's Motto"To Serve and Protect"
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Get the whole picture - and other photos from D41 Neighbourhood
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