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Canada Police investigate 3rd incident of feces hurled at person near Toronto university

14:50  26 november  2019
14:50  26 november  2019 Source:   cbc.ca

Police investigating after feces, urine reportedly thrown in 2 Toronto university libraries

  Police investigating after feces, urine reportedly thrown in 2 Toronto university libraries Police said the first incident was reported on Friday at a University of Toronto library and the second incident was reported two days later at a York University library. In both incidents, students allege fecal matter was tossed at them, according to police. The police divisions in each area are collaborating to confirm the details and determine whether the two incidents are connected and if they may have involved the same suspect. Police said Monday morning that no arrests have been made.

Toronto police say they are investigating two incidents of feces being thrown at students in university libraries in recent days. She says one incident occurred at the Robarts Library at U of T on Friday afternoon, while another took place Sunday afternoon at York University ’s Scott Library.

Toronto police say they are investigating two incidents of feces being thrown at students in university libraries in recent days. Allyson Douglas-Cook says police are investigating a link between similar incidents at the Douglas-Cook says the person could be charged with assault.

Toronto police are searching for a suspect who they say tossed feces at a person near a University of Toronto building before running away.

This is the third incident of feces being hurled at people near Toronto universities. This latest attack happened on the sidewalk near College Street and University Avenue, police say.

The suspect is described as a male in his 20's who was wearing a yellow construction hard hat, blue shirt and gloves at the time.

Police investigate 3rd incident of feces hurled at person near Toronto university.© Toronto Police Service Police investigate 3rd incident of feces hurled at person near Toronto university.

The first incident occurred last Friday when another person had fecal matter thrown at them at the University of Toronto in the Robarts Library cafeteria.

Police searching for suspect after feces hurled onto people at Toronto universities

  Police searching for suspect after feces hurled onto people at Toronto universities Police have released a photo of a suspect after people at two Toronto universities had feces thrown on them last week.Police have released a photo of a suspect after people at two Toronto universities had feces thrown on them last week.

Toronto police say they are investigating two incidents of feces being thrown at students in university libraries in recent days. Const. Allyson Douglas-Cook says officers are investigating a link between similar incidents at the University of Toronto and York University .

Toronto police say they are investigating two incidents of feces being thrown at students in university libraries in recent days. Const. Allyson Douglas-Cook says police are investigating a link between similar incidents at the University of Toronto and York University .

Jason Huang, a fourth-year life science student, told CBC News on Monday that he was sitting in the cafeteria when he saw a tall man wearing a yellow construction hat run up to someone and dump a bucketful of brownish-yellow liquid on them.

"We didn't know what it was then ... and then the smell just hits," Huang said.

a yellow fire hydrant on a city street: A firefighter washes a sidewalk near a University of Toronto building after a suspect hurled a bucket of feces at a woman. © Provided by cbc.ca A firefighter washes a sidewalk near a University of Toronto building after a suspect hurled a bucket of feces at a woman.

The man in the construction hat was laughing and ran off, he said.

"He was laughing ... like giggling loudly," he said. "[A] scary kind of laugh."

The university said in a statement on Monday that it is supporting Toronto police's investigation.

"As a public university, we work to make the resources of our libraries as open as possible. What happened was shocking, and assistance was provided to those affected," the statement reads.

'It was feces:' Toronto man, 23, arrested and charged over three poop attacks in four days

  'It was feces:' Toronto man, 23, arrested and charged over three poop attacks in four days 'It was feces:' Toronto man, 23, arrested and charged over three poop attacks in four daysGreat work by @TorontoPolice arresting an individual in the “feces attacks” investigation. He can’t face justice or be given help until apprehended and it seems our police have that in hand. I hope this arrest will help calm concern on campuses and across the city. https://t.

( Toronto Police Service). The second incident happened two days later on Nov. 24, when a person at York University also had feces thrown on them while they were in "We are also investigating the incident and working with Toronto Police Service." Police are asking anyone with information to call

Police say they are investigating two separate reports of feces being thrown at people inside libraries on Toronto university campuses. The first incident reportedly occurred at the University of Toronto ’s Robarts Library on Nov.

a group of people sitting at a table in a restaurant: Someone on campus at the University of Toronto had fecal matter thrown on them last Friday, police say. Two days later, someone at York University had the same thing happen to them.© Provided by cbc.ca Someone on campus at the University of Toronto had fecal matter thrown on them last Friday, police say. Two days later, someone at York University had the same thing happen to them.

On Sunday Nov. 24, a student at York University also had feces thrown on them while they were in the Scott Library.

A York University spokesperson said the incident happened around 5 p.m. ET and campus security was dispatched to deal with the situation.

Two videos captured after that incident and shared online show some of the fecal matter left behind on an empty chair and a number of shocked students packing up their stuff to leave the area.

Toronto police confirmed in a news release Monday evening that the bucket contained "liquefied fecal matter."

They also issued a suspect description and photo of a suspect in the York University incident.

"York University has reached out to the victim of that assault to offer support," said York's acting chief spokesperson Yanni Dagonas.

a man standing in front of a building: Jason Huang, a fourth-year life science student, described the incident.© Provided by cbc.caJason Huang, a fourth-year life science student, described the incident.

"We are also investigating the incident and working with Toronto Police Service."

Bail hearing delayed for man accused of flinging feces at Toronto strangers .
TORONTO — The 23-year-old man accused of flinging feces at Toronto university students will wait another two more weeks for a bail hearing. Samuel Opoku made a brief appearance in room 128 of Old City Hall Court Tuesday afternoon, dressed in a denim shirt and dark grey pants. Samuel Opoku made a brief appearance in room 128 of Old City Hall Court Tuesday afternoon, dressed in a denim shirt and dark grey pants. He sat swivelling in a plush blue office chair with his hands cuffed in front of him as his lawyer and the Crown notified the court that they had settled on a date for a special — meaning longer than usual — bail hearing.

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