Three men wearing disguises and armed with handguns approached a man seated in a vehicle last week near Warden and Eglinton avenues, and one of the men pointed a gun at his head, Toronto police say.
One of the suspects took the vehicle’s keys from the ignition and then allegedly took “a quantity of jewelry, cash and cheques from the trunk of the vehicle” before the trio slashed the front tires and fled westbound in a vehicle waiting on Comstock Road.
The victim, 54, wasn’t injured in the 11:20 a.m. Nov. 28 incident, and apparently offered no description of the robbers.
Another man, 28, was at Eglinton and Midland Avenue at around 8 p.m. Wednesday when a man pushed him to the ground and began searching his pockets. Police say they struggled “and the suspect indicated that he had a weapon” though none was seen.
Three more suspects then approached and took items from the victim before running away.
Six men approached another man, 19, at about 9:30 p.m. Wednesday around the intersection of Finch Ave and Sandhurst Circle, and police said one suspect threw the victim to the ground and punched him, though no injuries were reported.
Other suspects took items from the victim before the group headed north to Sandhurst, police said.