Toronto Police have released images of a man they believe is responsible for robbing a gas station near Sheppard Avenue East and Kennedy Road.
Officers were called to the scene on February 18.
Investigators believe that the victim entered a gas station and left his wallet on the counter. The wallet was allegedly picked up and removed from the gas station by another man, who then fled in a van.
The suspect (pictured below) is described as:
- short, brown hair
- He was last seen wearing a black jacket, black jeans and white running shoes.
The suspect’s vehicle is described as a van with the word “Shield” printed on the driver’s side and on the rear of the van, on the left-side door, beside the licence plate.
If you can help, call police 416-808-4200 or Crime Stoppers to remain anonymous 416-222-TIPS (8477). You can also leave your tip online www.222tips.com, or text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637).
Woman Faces Six Charges In Credit Card Theft Investigation
Toronto Police have arrested a woman they believe is responsible for racking up $10,000 on someone else’s credit card.
On January 8, the victim allegedly left her credit card at a store. Officers allege that the cashier took the card.
When the victim called the store, she was allegedly told that the card had been cut up and the credit card company advised.
However, when the victim received her monthly statement, she had allegedly been billed over $10,000 for purchases made with her lost credit card.
Anna Kamila Czuba, 25, of Toronto, was charged with:
- Theft of Credit Card
- Fraud Over
- Posses Credit Card Obtained by Crime
- Use Credit Card Obtained by Crime
- Possession of Property Obtained by Crime.
Markham Man Faces Charges In Child Pornography Bust
Officers from Toronto Police’s child exploitation unit have laid charges against Derek Lo, 34, of Markham after searching his home. The accused was allegedly in possession of child pornography, and has been charged with:
- Possession of child pornography
- Make available child pornography
- Counseling to commit an indictable offence.
Police are asking anyone with information on the accused, or his online screen name email@example.com to contact them at 416-808-5400, or call Crimestoppers at 416-222-TIPS.