On Monday night, police got word of another person throwing bottles from a building in Toronto's downtown core. \nThis time, it seems water bottles and food were tossed from a unit in the Richmond Street and Sheppard Street area. \nEditor's Choice: So Many People Are Actually Exempt From Canada's Quarantine Rules & This Is Why\n\n \n\n\nHAZARD:Richmond St + Sheppard St- reports of items being thrown from a building- a car windshield is broken- food and water bottles thrown- police are on scene investigating#GO339814^lb pic.twitter.com/Mn2xwgYzF8— Toronto Police Operations (@TPSOperations) February 23, 2021\n\nPolice tweeted just after 9:30 p.m. on Monday that a car windshield had been broken and that police were at the scene investigating.\nAn update was provided at 1:23 a.m. on Tuesday, saying that police were unable to locate the unit in the 60-floor building from which the objects were thrown. No injuries were reported.\nPolice are now appealing to the public for any information that may be helpful. \nThis incident happened one day after several individuals were criminally charged for allegedly throwing glass bottles from a high-rise unit in the ICE condominiums near York Street and Lake Shore Boulevard.\nPolice said that the bottles endangered the public as well as officers on the ground, who narrowly avoided getting hit. \nJohn Tory said on Monday that their behaviour "ranks right up there with 'chair girl.'"