Toronto

Man allegedly breaks into store, eats food, then leaves photocopy of his face behind

Toronto police are asking for help identifying a man who allegedly broke into a commercial property and left a photocopy of his face behind.

Toronto police want the public's help finding the suspect

Toronto police released this photocopy of a suspect who allegedly broke into a commercial property near Dufferin Street and Ridelle Avenue on Friday evening. (Toronto Police Service)
 

Toronto police are asking for help identifying a man who allegedly broke into a commercial property and left a photocopy of his face behind.

Police say they were called to the property on Friday for a break and enter in the city's north end.

They say a man illegally entered the commercial property and ate some food, leaving the remains behind.

It is believed the man also took a photocopy of his face and left it inside the property before leaving.

 

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