Toronto police have released images of stolen jewelry allegedly stolen during a home invasion robbery in the Upper Beach area last month.
Images of some of the allegedly stolen items can be seen in this story. Images of more of the jewelry can be seen in a Toronto police news release at https://www.tps.ca/media-centre/news-releases/55853/
Police were called to a residence in the Ted Reeve Drive and Gerrard Street East area on Wednesday, March 15, at 4:51 p.m. for reports of a break-in.
According to police, two men attended the residence and one of them allegedly gained entry at the back of the house while the other stood at the front door.
Police said that a short time later the suspect allegedly fled the house with a number of valuable items and then both suspects left the area on foot.
The homeowner was in the residence at the time of the incident but was not injured, police said.
The first suspect is described as five-feet, eight-inches to five-feet, nine-inches tall, with a medium build, wearing a blue winter coat, black shoes, a dark coloured toque and a blue medical mask.
The second suspect is described as having the same height and build as the first suspect. He was wearing a blue winter coat, dark pants, dark shoes with a white sole, blue and white toque, and was carrying a black backpack.
Police have released security camera images of the suspects and are hoping someone will be able to identify them. Please see our earlier story at https://beachmetro.com/2023/04/02/police-seek-suspects-after-alleged-break-and-enter-at-residence-while-owner-was-at-home/
Anyone with information on the suspects or who may have information on anyone selling the jewelry items is asked to contact police in 55 Division at 416-808-5500, or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-8477, or online at https://www.222tips.com
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