Scarborough break-ins appear to target women, girls: Toronto police

News Oct 13, 2017 by Toronto Newsroom Scarborough Mirror

Toronto police are warning residents near 43 Division in Scarborough of a series of early morning break and enters in the southeast quadrant of the area which began Monday, Sept. 25.

The area is bounded by Ellesmere Road to the north, Lake Ontario to the south, Morningside Avenue to the west, and the Durham Region border to the east.

Police said a man has broken into a number of residences while the occupants were sleeping and appears to target young women and girls while attempting to gather personal information about them.

He is described as black with a light complexion, 6’0, with a thin to medium build and brown eyes.

Police are urging the public to lock all doors and windows nightly and make sure house alarms are active, keep porch lights and side lights on as a deterrent, and keep garage doors locked at all times.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 416-808-4300 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-8477.


Scarborough break-ins appear to target women, girls: Toronto police

Police urge residents to lock doors, windows, garages at night

News Oct 13, 2017 by Toronto Newsroom Scarborough Mirror

Toronto police are warning residents near 43 Division in Scarborough of a series of early morning break and enters in the southeast quadrant of the area which began Monday, Sept. 25.

The area is bounded by Ellesmere Road to the north, Lake Ontario to the south, Morningside Avenue to the west, and the Durham Region border to the east.

Police said a man has broken into a number of residences while the occupants were sleeping and appears to target young women and girls while attempting to gather personal information about them.

He is described as black with a light complexion, 6’0, with a thin to medium build and brown eyes.

Police are urging the public to lock all doors and windows nightly and make sure house alarms are active, keep porch lights and side lights on as a deterrent, and keep garage doors locked at all times.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 416-808-4300 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-8477.


Scarborough break-ins appear to target women, girls: Toronto police

Police urge residents to lock doors, windows, garages at night

News Oct 13, 2017 by Toronto Newsroom Scarborough Mirror

Toronto police are warning residents near 43 Division in Scarborough of a series of early morning break and enters in the southeast quadrant of the area which began Monday, Sept. 25.

The area is bounded by Ellesmere Road to the north, Lake Ontario to the south, Morningside Avenue to the west, and the Durham Region border to the east.

Police said a man has broken into a number of residences while the occupants were sleeping and appears to target young women and girls while attempting to gather personal information about them.

He is described as black with a light complexion, 6’0, with a thin to medium build and brown eyes.

Police are urging the public to lock all doors and windows nightly and make sure house alarms are active, keep porch lights and side lights on as a deterrent, and keep garage doors locked at all times.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 416-808-4300 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-8477.