WednesdayNewmarketPolice say a 19-year-old man has faced multiple charges after a "homemade explosive" exploded at a mall. ..
York District Police said in a statement that at 6:45 pm police were called to the food court of the mall in the area of Younge Street and Davis Drive.
Police said police officers "found an exploding homemade incendiary."
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Police said the male suspect went to the food court, put the device in a planter box, and fled before the police arrived.
A unit of dogs from the York Police Department found and arrested suspects in the areas of Eagle Street West and Davis Drive.
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Police live in Toronto Several accusations, including arson that ignored human life, illegal possession of explosives, intentional use of explosives, and assault by weapons, said Michael Gaturda was facing.
Investigations are underway, Police are looking for someone to have contact information Investigator.
"The York District Police reminds residents to call the police immediately if they witness something or find something strange or suspicious," the statement said. increase.
"If you find a suspicious device or package, you should take all precautions. Do not handle substances that may be dangerous or explosive. Evacuate the area and immediately 9 -Call 1-1. "
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