Burglary reported at four houses in York (April 26) | Crime

Police reported four new break-ins and break-ins in York between April 19 and April 25. That’s three more than in the previous week (you can find the latest reports for the city’s other neighborhoods here). Toronto’s total number of weekly incidents fell by seven to 36, bringing the city’s 2022 preliminary total to 757 — ten percent lower than the same period last year.

Caledonia-Fairbank

One new residential interruption has been reported for Caledonia-Fairbank. It took place at a home near Eglinton Avenue West and Hartley Avenue on Thursday, April 14 at approximately 9 p.m. Two domestic burglaries were reported in Caledonia-Fairbank in 2022.

Humewood-Cedarvale

One new residential interruption was reported for Humewood-Cedarvale. It took place at a home in the Rushton Road and Valewood Avenue area on Monday, April 25 at approximately 6:00 am. Five home burglaries have been reported in Humewood-Cedarvale in 2022.

Oakwood Village

One new residential interruption has been reported for Oakwood Village. It happened at a house near Vaughan Road and Winona Drive around 10 a.m. Friday, April 15. Eight home burglaries were reported in Oakwood Village in 2022.

Rockcliffe-Smythe

Another residential break and enter was reported for Rockcliffe-Smythe. It happened at a house near French Avenue and Pritchard Avenue on Monday, April 25, around 10 p.m. Three burglaries have been reported in Rockcliffe-Smythe in 2022.

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About this story

This story was generated automatically using open data collected and maintained by the Toronto Police Department. The incidents were reported by police in the past week and are said to have taken place in the past two weeks, but recent crime data is preliminary and subject to change with further investigation. The locations have been shifted to the nearest intersection and no personal data has been included for privacy reasons.

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