Break-ins: Recent residential robberies in Toronto

We all want to feel safe and secure in our neighbourhoods but, unfortunately, break-ins are a sad reality of city living.

Make sure you stay safe by keeping up to date with the latest information and by taking precautions. To keep you in the know, Post City brings you data on area break-ins in Toronto.

Read below to find out where they occurred in Toronto this December and January.

December/January 2018 — Thornhill & Richmond Hill

Ladyslipper Court Dec 14 Rear sliding glass door forced
Doncrest Drive Dec 20 Rear side door forced
Ava Crescent Dec 20 Back window forced
Futura Avenue Dec 21 Front door forced
Oneida Crescent Dec 22 Apartment balcony door forced
Brownridge Drive Dec 22 Second floor window forced
Hillhurst Drive Dec 25 Basement walkout/screen door
Bent Crescent Dec 28 Side door forced
Bent Crescent Jan 1 Front door forced
Halstead Road Jan 1 Front door forced
Coledale Road Jan 4 Front door forced
Edmund Crescent Jan 6 Kitchen window forced
Spadina Road Jan 8 Rear sliding glass door forced
Plum tree Circle Jan 8 Rear sliding glass door forced


January 2018 — Uptown Toronto

Moore Avenue & Brendan Road Jan 4 Basement window Cash
Jackes Avenue & Yonge Street Jan 8 Door pried Jewellery
Brooke Avenue & Bathurst Street Jan 8 Side door Nothing
Glen Road & Douglas Drive Jan 11 Side window Unknown
Russell Hill Road & Forest Hill Road Jan 12 Door smashed Unknown
Holly Street & Soudan Avenue Jan 13 Unknown Jewellery, cash
Rosewell Avenue & Cheritan Avenue Jan 13 Unknown Silverware, other items
Lord Seaton Road & Montressor Drive Jan 13 Rear door Nothing
Redpath Avenue & Roehampton Avenue Jan 15 Front door Laptop, jewellery, cash
Wellness Way & Raab Boulevard Jan 15 Front door Jewellery
Teagarden Court & Bayview Avenue Jan 15 Front door Unknown
Lord Seaton Road & Upper Highland Crescent Jan 16 Patio door Unknown
Park Road & Seaton Drive Jan 19 Garage window Unknown
Millwood Road & Forman Avenue Jan 21 Rear door Unknown




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