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Grand Theft Auto Crime In The GTA Is Straight Out Of A Video Game

Here is an example of something that would happen in Grand Theft Auto, but instead, happened in the GTA.

Shortly after midnight on Wednesday, August 11, Toronto Police tweeted that officers were responding to reports that an orange Lamborghini had been stolen at gunpoint in the Wellington Street West and John Street area in downtown Toronto.

No injuries were reported. As of now, Toronto Police say there are no updates about the vehicle's whereabouts.

"It's an active investigation, what they're doing is a reviewing video of some of the buildings adjacent to the area," Constable Edward Parks told Narcity over the phone.

Police confirmed to Narcity that the car was a 2018 Lamborghini CHU, more commonly known as a Huracán Spyder, according to Mario Cipollone, director of sales at Grand Touring Automobiles in Toronto. The car can retail for as much as $359,000, according to The Car Guide.

Anyone who has either seen the vehicle or has any additional information about the incident is being asked to contact the police immediately.

This article's cover image was used for illustrative purposes only.

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