Police reported three new residential break-ins in Scarborough between April 26 and May 2. That’s one more than the previous week (you can find the latest reports for other parts of the city here). The total number of weekly incidents in Toronto rose by seven to 43, bringing the city’s preliminary total for 2022 to 803, down 9% from the same period last year.
A new residential break-in has been reported in Bendale. It performed at a flat near Borough Drive and Triton Road on Thursday April 28 around 6pm. This was the first reported residential break-in in Bendale in 2022.
A new residential break-in has been reported in Oakridge. It took place in an apartment near Denton Avenue and Macey Avenue on Thursday, April 28 around 6 p.m. Six residential break-ins were reported in Oakridge in 2022.
A new residential break-in has been reported for Tam O’Shanter-Sullivan. It performed at a home in the Kennedy Road and Linwood Avenue neighborhood on Sunday, May 1 around 3 p.m. Eight residential break-ins were reported in Tam O’Shanter-Sullivan in 2022.
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About this story
This story was automatically generated using open data collected and maintained by the Toronto Police Service. The incidents were reported by police over the past week and are believed to have occurred within the past two weeks, but recent crime data is preliminary and subject to change after further police investigation. Locations have been staggered to the nearest intersection and no personal information has been included for privacy reasons.