Police reported 10 residential break-ins and break-ins in North York between June 28 and July 4. 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). 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.
Two new burglaries and residential break-ins were reported in Banbury-Don Mills. The first took place at a house near Ballyronan Road and Southwell Drive on Wednesday June 29 at around 11 a.m. The second took place at a house near Southwell Drive and Torryburn Place on Sunday July 3 at around 12 p.m. There have been 11 residential break-ins and break-ins reported in Banbury-Don Mills this year.
A new residential home invasion was reported in Bedford Park-Nortown. It happened at a home near Glencairn Avenue and Westgrove Crescent on Friday, July 1 around 10 p.m. There have been 17 reported residential leaks and break-ins in Bedford Park-Nortown this year.
A new residential home invasion was reported in Black Creek. It happened in an apartment near Jane Street and Milo Park Gate on Sunday July 3 at approximately 12 am. There have been 10 reported residential leaks and entries into Black Creek this year.
A new residential home invasion was reported in Clanton Park. It occurred at a home in the area of King High Avenue and Wigan Crescent on Friday, July 1 around 1 p.m. There have been six reported residential escapes and break-ins in Clanton Park this year.
don valley village
A new residential home invasion was reported in Don Valley Village. It occurred at a home near Hollybrook Crescent and Willowood Court on Tuesday, June 28 at approximately 8:00 pm There have been six reported residential escapes and break-ins in Don Valley Village this year.
A new residential home invasion was reported in Downsview-Roding-CFB. It happened at a home in the area of Jane Street and Wilson Avenue on Saturday, July 2 around 1 am. There have been 10 reported residential leaks and break-ins at Downsview-Roding-CFB this year.
Town of Hillcrest
Three new burglaries and residential break-ins were reported in Hillcrest Village. The first occurred at a home near Cresthaven Drive and Drysdale Crescent on Friday, July 1 at approximately 1 p.m. The second occurred at a home near Dexter Boulevard and Prestwick Crescent on Saturday, July 2 at approximately 10 p.m. place at a home in the area of Dexter Boulevard and Prestwick Crescent on Saturday, July 2 at approximately 10 pm Eight residential leaks and break-ins have been reported in Hillcrest Village 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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