Burglary reported at three houses in East York (June 7) | crime

Police reported three new home burglaries and break-ins in East York between May 31 and June 6. That’s two more than the week before (you can find the latest reports for the city’s other neighborhoods here). Toronto’s total number of weekly incidents fell by 12 to 50, bringing the city’s preliminary 2022 total to 1,082 — a three percent drop from the same period last year.

Leaside Bennington

One new residential interruption has been reported for Leaside-Bennington. It took place at a home in the Douglas Crescent and Governors Road area on Monday, May 30, around 3 p.m. Six burglaries have been reported in Leaside-Bennington in 2022.

O’Connor Parkview

One new home interruption has been reported for O’Connor-Parkview. It took place at a home near Glenburn Avenue and Glencrest Boulevard on Monday, June 6 at approximately 7 p.m. There have been 10 reported burglaries and burglaries in O’Connor-Parkview in 2022.

Taylor Massey

One new home burglary has been reported for Taylor-Massey. It took place at an apartment in the Dawes Road and Park Vista area on Saturday, June 4 at approximately 7:00 am. There have been 10 reported burglaries and burglaries in Taylor-Massey in 2022.

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Find the latest residential breaks reports and entries for Toronto’s other neighborhoods

About this story

This story was generated automatically using open data collected and maintained by the Toronto Police Department. The incidents were reported by police in the past week and are reported to have taken place in the past two weeks, but recent crime records are preliminary and subject to change under further police investigation. The locations have been shifted to the nearest intersection and no personal data has been included for privacy reasons.

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