Police reported six residential escapes and break-ins in Etobicoke between August 9 and 15. That is the same number that was reported during the previous week (you can find the latest reports for the other neighborhoods in the city here). Citywide reports increased by nine to 43, bringing Toronto’s preliminary total break and admissions for the year to 1,532, down 10 percent compared to the same period in 2021.
A new residential home invasion was reported in Humber Heights-Westmount. It occurred at a home in the area of Griggsden Avenue and La Rose Avenue on Saturday, August 13 at approximately 8 pm There have been six reported residential escapes and break-ins in Humber Heights-Westmount this year.
Islington-West City Center
A new residential home invasion has been reported in Islington-City Center West. It occurred at a home in the area of Kipling Avenue and Streight Lane on Sunday August 7 around 12 pm There have been 21 reported residential escapes and break-ins in Islington-City Center West this year.
A new residential home invasion was reported in Long Branch. It happened in an apartment in the area of Brow Drive and Lake Shore Boulevard West on Saturday, August 13, around 3 am. Nine residential escapes and entries have been reported in Long Branch this year.
A new residential home invasion was reported in Mount Olive-Silverstone-Jamestown. It occurred at a home near Collingdale Road and John Garland Boulevard on Sunday, August 14 at approximately 6 pm There have been 14 reported residential leaks and drive-ins in Mount Olive-Silverstone-Jamestown this year.
A new residential home invasion was reported in New Toronto. It occurred in an apartment near 8th Street and Lake Shore Boulevard West on Tuesday, August 9 at approximately 9 pm There have been 12 reported residential escapes and break-ins in New Toronto this year.
A new residential home invasion was reported in West Humber-Clairville. It happened at a home near Saraband Street and Westmore Drive on Thursday, August 11 around 1 am. There have been 13 reported residential leaks and entries in West Humber-Clairville this year.
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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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