break and enter

Toronto Police are searching for two suspects in a break and enter investigation.

In a press release posted on April 6, police said that on Wednesday, March 30, at around 9:40 p.m, two men entered a condo building in the area of Lake Shore Boulevard West and Park Lawn Road.

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The Orillia OPP crime unit is investigating a sexual assault and break and enter after an "unknown/unidentified' man wearing a black mask broke into a woman's home on December 2.

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Toronto police are alerting the public after a reported incident that sounds like a scene straight out of a horror movie.

A man broke into a home in the Melrose Avenue and Grand Avenue area and allegedly attempted to "grab a woman" while she was taking a shower, according to a press release from police.

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A Toronto man broke into a home over the weekend and decided to take a shower before he left, which sounds like a literal soap opera.

In a news release posted on October 21, TPS said officers responded to a break-and-enter call on October 16 in the Clancy Drive and Van Horne Avenue area in North York.

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Not everyone comes home to find a complete stranger cooking themselves a meal after a long day. But on Monday, July 19, at around 5 p.m., Toronto Police officers responded to a report of that exact scenario in the Yonge and Gloucester Street area.

According to a news release, a 33-year-old woman had come home only to find an intruder inside her apartment, shortly after he'd allegedly cooked up a meal.

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