Two home invaders in Ontario impersonate police officers

Two men face a long list of charges including impersonating police officers during a bizarre home invasion in Barrie on Thursday night.

According to the police, two men went to a Sawmill Rd. home at 10 p.m. and disguised themselves as police officers to enter the house. They handcuffed a person and took off in a taxi cab after stealing valuables.

The taxi was found on Hwy. 400 in Toronto with the two men still inside. Police acknowledges the corporation of the cab company.

Police says a 30-year-old Beeton, Ont., man and a 34-year-old Toronto man were taken into custody and charged with impersonating a police officer, robbery, forcible confinement and multiple breaches of probation.

It seems like both the men were out on bail for around 48 other criminal offences.

Moreover, the 54-year-old cab driver, a Toronto man, was also arrested and charged with dangerous driving.

According to the police, cash and drugs might have been among the stolen things. None of the residents of the apartment reported any injuries.

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