Construction equipment theft in Toronto

On Monday, March 15, 2010, at noon, police responded to a call for a break-and-enter in the Lawrence Avenue East/Midland Avenue area.

It is reported that:

– three men broke into a rental storage facility which contained construction equipment,

– using a forklift, which belonged to the rental company, the men loaded heavy construction equipment on a tractor-trailer, which also belonged to the rental company,

– the men then fled the scene in the stolen tractor-trailer, containing $117,000 of construction equipment,

– the tractor-trailer was located in York Region shortly after, without the construction equipment.

The three men are all described as:

1) white, 35-45.

Police believe these men may be responsible for other, similar, thefts in the GTA.

Files:


Above:
Suspect #1 in break-and-enter investigation

 

Above: Suspect #2 in break-and-enter investigation

 

Above: Suspect #3 in break-and-enter investigation

 

Above: Suspect #2 in break-and-enter investigation

 

Above: Suspect #3 in break-and-enter investigation

 

Above: Suspect #1 in break-and-enter investigation

 

Above: A picture of a Kent Hydraulic Breaker, one of the stolen pieces of equipment

 

Above: A picture of a Baumag Walk Behind Roller, one of the stolen pieces of equipment

 

Above: A picture of a Komatsu Forklift truck, one of the stolen pieces of equipment

 

 
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