Despite my taste for Statistics Canada information, the Toronto police reports continue to fascinate. This one seemed rather special.
Arrest - 42 Division
Male suspect, 34
Male suspect, 48
Charge(s): October 25, 2005 – Break and Enter Commit (3 Counts), Possession of Burglars Tools (3 Counts), Possession of Property Obtained by Crime Over $5,000.00 (3 Counts).
Arrested and investigated by Members of No. 42 Division.
During the months of September and October 2005, three commercial break and enters occurred at DGM Sales Limited, 80 Nashdene Road. Three male suspects (one still outstanding) removed a large quantity of designer fragrance perfumes from the premises. As a result of investigation, the above two suspects were arrested on October 25, 2005. Charged accordingly. No recovery has been made. Investigation continuing.
I have some questions. Is this a team of three who repeatedly, and therefore stupidly, burgle the same place over two months? (I am guessing they are a team - hence the three counts.) Or is it three burglaries, each by a different suspect?
And designer fragrances? 'No recovery has been made.' I wonder if there are very pleased girlfriends somewhere, or whether there is a designer fragrance fence at work somewhere.