Home invasion reported at 13 downtown Toronto homes (July 5)

Police reported 13 residential break-ins and break-ins in downtown Toronto between June 28 and July 4. That’s the same number that was reported for the previous week (you can find the latest reports for the other city neighborhoods here). Reports across the city were flat at 36, bringing Toronto’s preliminary total break and admissions for the year to 1,254, down eight percent compared to the same period in 2021.

Cabbagetown-South of St. James Town

A new residential home invasion was reported in Cabbagetown-South St. James Town. It happened in an apartment near Howard Street and Parliament Street on Saturday June 25 at approximately 6 am. There have been 11 reported residential leaks and break-ins in Cabbagetown-South St. James Town this year.

Church-Yonge Corridor

Two new residential break-ins and break-ins were reported in Church-Yonge Corridor. The first took place in an apartment near Church Street and Wellesley Street East on Wednesday June 29 around 8 p.m. The second occurred in an apartment in the area of ​​Alexander Street and Church Street on Saturday July 2 around 5 p.m. There have been 37 residential break-ins and entries reported in the Church-Yonge Corridor this year.

Dovercourt-Wallace Emerson-Junction

A new residential home invasion was reported in Dovercourt-Wallace Emerson-Junction. It happened at a home near Emerson Avenue and Lappin Avenue on Sunday, July 3, around 10 a.m. There have been 15 reported residential leaks and break-ins at Dovercourt-Wallace Emerson-Junction this year.

moss park

A new residential home invasion was reported in Moss Park. It happened in an apartment near King Street East and Saint Lawrence Street on Saturday June 25 around 8 pm There have been 23 reported residential escapes and break-ins in Moss Park this year.

Mount Pleasant West

A new residential home invasion was reported in Mount Pleasant West. It happened in an apartment near Erskine Avenue and Redpath Avenue on Friday, July 1 at approximately 11 am. There have been 25 reported residential leaks and break-ins in Mount Pleasant West this year.

North St. James Town

A new residential home invasion was reported in North St. James Town. It happened in an apartment in the area of ​​Isabella Street and Jarvis Street on Monday June 27 around 1 am. There have been six reported residential escapes and break-ins in North St. James Town this year.

Palmerston-Little Italy

A new residential home invasion was reported in Palmerston-Little Italy. It occurred at a home near Dewson Street and Roxton Road on Friday, July 1 at approximately 3 pm There have been 13 reported residential escapes and break-ins in Palmerston-Little Italy this year.

Rosedale-Moore Park

A new residential home invasion was reported in Rosedale-Moore Park. It occurred at a home near Lane North Mathersfield North Pricefield and Mathersfield Drive on Friday June 24 around 12 pm There have been 21 reported residential escapes and break-ins in Rosedale-Moore Park this year.

the annex

Two new residential breaks and entries were reported in The Annex. The first occurred at a home in the area of ​​Avenue Road and Pears Avenue on Monday, July 4 at approximately 11 a.m. The second occurred at a home in the area of ​​Macpherson Avenue and Marlborough Place on Monday, July 4 at approximately 11 a.m. There have been 28 residential breakouts and enters reported in The Annex this year.

Wychwood

A new residential home invasion was reported in Wychwood. It happened at an apartment near St. Clair Avenue West and Vaughan Road on Friday, July 1 around 3 pm There have been five reported residential break-ins in Wychwood this year.

Yonge–Eglinton

A new residential home invasion was reported in Yonge-Eglinton. It occurred at a home near Chaplin Crescent and Colin Avenue on Thursday, June 30 around 12:00 pm Three residential break-ins and break-ins have been reported in Yonge-Eglinton this year.

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about this story

This story was automatically generated using open data collected and maintained by Toronto Police Service. The incidents were reported by police last week and allegedly occurred in the last two weeks, but recent crime data is preliminary and subject to change following further police investigation. Locations have been moved to the nearest intersection and no personal information has been included for privacy reasons.

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