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Robbery at Cash Converters

November 13th, 2012 · No Comments

By Samori Bryan

On the morning of Oct. 8, employees of the second-hand goods store Cash Converters (570 Bloor St. W.) found the glass door of their shop broken into and a quantity of electronic items stolen.

Fourteen division responded to an automated alarm around midnight at the store where officers discovered that a break and entry had occurred.

“Somebody broke into thee cash converters [during the night], and stole a quantity of electronic items,” said Const. J. Smith, the investigating officer.

Smith said the suspect climbed through the bottom window and did not steal any money but proceeded to shoplift a series of electronic equipment.

Smith said there are video surveillance cameras at the front of the store and inside. He also said the public is in no danger and that nothing substantial was stolen.

If you have any information regarding these break ins, please contact 14 Division at 416-808-1400.

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