Suspect arrested in case of vehicles stolen from Toronto Mills

The Toronto Police Department’s Peel Regional police unit say that they have arrested a man they believe is connected to the theft of three vehicles, from Kingston Mills and Pickering. The devices were being tracked in the Coombe Tunnel near the Northumberland County riverfront, according to Peel Police Const. Fiona Neville-Rizzuto. Her unit — consisting of close to 200 officers — launched a massive search of the area in late April. They recovered one vehicle, a 2013 Silver Toyota Corolla. They managed to apprehend a suspect and recover the second car – a 2006 Toyota Sienna van. The third car – a 2007 orange Dodge Neon – was reported stolen to Peel Police. Cops said that they were able to track the Neon down to a traffic checkpoint on Tuesday in the Halifax area, where the Neon was discovered to have crossed the Canadian-U.S. border. He was then arrested and remains in police custody. The Prius — which belonged to Toronto Police Officer Kevin Donovan — was apparently “wrapped up in a black canvas cover and was concealed inside a white cargo container.” (This was something of a coincidence.)

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