Toronto police investigating after two dogs stolen at knifepoint
By The Canadian PressNews Public Sector investigation police theft
Toronto police are asking for help finding a black Scottish Terrier and a Shih Tzu in a stroller they say they say were dognapped at knifepoint in the city’s downtown.
Police say a person walking the dogs near the Yonge and Dundas Square area at around 11 p.m. last Thursday was confronted by a man and a woman.
They say the man drew a knife and then took off with the two dogs.
Police say Yurield is a black Scottish Terrier and Mari is a golden brown Shih Tzu who was in a stroller at the time.
The first suspect is described as a 25-year-old white man with black hair wearing a baseball hat and police described the second suspect as a white woman in her 30s with brown hair who was wearing a light green long-sleeve shirt and sweatpants.
Police are asking people with information about the dogs’ whereabouts to contact them.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published Sept. 8, 2022.
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