Thursday, March 29, 2018

Six black men, one woman sought in swarming, robbery in Toronto's Chinatown

TORONTO — Toronto Police are hunting six men and a woman after a man was robbed in Chinatown last month.

According to investigators, the 26-year-old victim went into a store near College St. and Spadina Ave. on Feb. 24 around 3:20 a.m. to use an ATM. A man followed him in and waited beside him while he took out cash. A second man entered the vestibule and watched him withdraw the money, police said Tuesday.

A third man then entered the vestibule and followed the victim when he exited the store. Once outside, the victim was allegedly swarmed by a large group, including the three men in the store.

The thieves stole his iPhone 6, cellphone and a wallet, police said, adding four men and a woman were seen using the man’s bank card at different stores in the area.

The suspects are described as:

Male #1: about 25 years old, 5-foot-11, medium build, wearing a red and black plaid lumberjack patterned cap, white T-shirt, red sweater, brown jacket with white stitching and white fur, very light blue jeans, and black and white sneakers.

Male #2: 25-30 years old, about 5-foot-8, medium build, short dark hair, unshaven, wearing a blue hoodie, black jacket, black pants.

Male #3: 20 to 30 years old, wearing a black parka with fur trim on the hood, black pants, and black shoes.

Male #4: Unknown age, wearing blue jacket, red tuque, red pants, red shoes with white soles and a white face covering around the lower part of the face.

Male #5: Unknown age, wearing a black baseball hat, red jacket with white trimmed hood, black hoodie, black pants and white shoes.

Male #6: Unknown age, thin build, black hair, thin mustache, wearing black jacket with hood, black sweater with ‘The North Face’ on the front in white print, light blue jeans, and black shoes.

The woman suspect is heavy set, with shoulder length black hair, and was wearing a black winter jacket with fur-trimmed hood, black tights, and black boots.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 416-808-1400 or Crime Stoppers at 416-222-TIPS.

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