“Latest Vaughan carjacking caught on doorbell camera.”
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“Arrests made in alleged violent Oakville carjacking.”
“Pair faces 100 charges after 10 Toronto-area carjackings.”
“Gunpoint carjacking in Burlington neighbourhood.”
When Maple Leaf Mitch Marner had his SUV stolen at gunpoint one evening in May outside a local movie theatre, it put a very public face on a crime that seemed to have exploded overnight. It’s not just here. Like the GTA, places like New York City are also reporting a dramatic increase in the often-violent thefts. By the time Marner was relieved of his Range Rover, Toronto police said they’d already reached 2021’s yearly total, not even six months into 2022.
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