Toronto Police are currently investigating a suspicious package that was mailed to one of the city's Bombardier Inc. facilities. The package was delivered to Bombardier's aerospace centre in Toronto's northwest region of Downsview.
Police received reports of the package last week, at 11:30 AM on August 30th. The package was taken by police, who are still working to trace the origins of the alarming delivery.
According to CTV, the package contained four military-grade guns with the label “property of the U.S. government” on them. The guns were delivered by mail in an unlocked carrying case. The guns were reportedly assault rifles, used by the American military.
.@JohnTory .@fordnation .@JustinTrudeau It’s 2018! .@FedEx packages from the #USA containing military grade weapons neither accidentally pass thru .@CanBorder nor be delivered mistakenly to .@Bombardier in #Toronto. #TOPoli #ONPoli #CDNPoli https://t.co/OTDgeRnCMj— Seth Wilson (@sethlwilson) September 6, 2018
The Canada Border Services Agency, FedEx and Toronto Police are working together for answers. More information will reportedly be revealed later this week.