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Canada Police tweet warns of increased police presence downtown due to ‘unconfirmed, uncorroborated piece of information’

17:59  12 july  2018
17:59  12 july  2018 Source:   thestar.com

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Toronto police have increased their presence in downtown Toronto after receiving uncomfirmed, uncorroborated piece of information .’ York police also said they will increase their presence in their region in a news release. “Public safety is our primary concern and we are working closely with

Police can’t win in this City. Send an increased presence on the streets and everyone panics, tell them why theyre there and everyone complains people need to let the cops do their job and stop criticising.

a car covered in graffiti: Toronto police says there will be an increased police presence downtown during an investigation. © Provided by Andrew Lahodynskyj Toronto police says there will be an increased police presence downtown during an investigation.

Toronto Police have tweeted to expect more police in the downtown core today as they investigate what the force is calling an "unconfirmed, uncorroborated piece of information."

The tweet went up at 9:30 a.m., and didn’t provide any further details on what exactly the information is.

“As a result of this information, you will see an increased number of police officers throughout the city and, specifically, in the downtown core,” the tweet finished.

At Queen’s Park, Premier Doug Ford said his office is “aware of the reported potential threat in the city of Toronto.”

“While the information is unsubstantiated, the premier has been briefed by the provincial security advisor and is actively monitoring the situation,” Ford said in a tweet.

“Our officials remain in close contact with federal and municipal security partners,” he said.

Toronto Police said they could not immediately respond to the Star’s request to elaborate what information police received.

“The information in the tweet is what we have and that’s the information we’re releasing at this time,” said Const. Caroline de Kloet.

“We always air on the side of caution in regards to the fact that people might be concerned that they see more police presence out there.”

This is a breaking news item. Check back for updates. 

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