Police have released images of three men wanted in connection with a weekend break-in at a downtown Toronto chiropractic office.
Toronto police said one man smashed the glass door of the office, near Spadina Avenue and Queen Street, while another kept watch out front around 1:40 a.m. Sunday. A third man then entered the premises and “removed valuables from behind the counter,” police said in a news release Monday. The suspects “all fled southbound on Spadina,” according to police.
All three suspects are five-foot-seven to five-foot-10 with light complexions. One has a medium to heavy build and was wearing a red hoodie, a black jacket with white sleeves and a yellow logo on the sleeve, red sweat pants with a white logo (possibly Nike) on the left thigh, a black ball cap, a black medical mask and white high-cut Nike running shoes with a red swoosh, red laces and black on the heel. He was carrying a black fanny pack across his chest.
Another suspect has an average build and was wearing a black ball cap, a black medical mask, a black jacket with a white logo on the left chest, black pants and black shoes.
The third suspect has an average build and was wearing a black ball cap with what appears to be a yellow “P” on the front, a black medical mask, a black jacket with a white logo on the left chest (possibly HH), black pants and black shoes. He was riding an electric two-wheel scooter with a bright headlight on the bottom and another on the handle bar, police say.
Anyone with information is asked to contact 14 Division police at 416-808-1400 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477) or online at 222tips.com.