Finally, it's time for the world of organized crime to be hijacked. did.
Three more, thousands more.
Who knows how many stolen luxury cars are stored in Bolton's yard? Only the illegal car theft ring operator behind the millions of dollar criminal companies that are causing havoc on the streets of GTA may know.
"Ontario Police (OPP) Caledon Detachment officers have recovered three luxury cars from shipping containers that will be shipped abroad," the news release said.
These cars, carried from driveways or by armed carjackers, not only disappear into the air, but also appear to reach huge metal containers for cargo ships. The OPP intercepted one on June 20 and found a very expensive cargo — 2020 Land Rover Range Rover SVR, 2020 Lexus NX, 2019 Maserati Levante 61G.
"The shipping container was to be shipped to Nigeria," OPPConst. Joe Briseboa told Toronto Sun. "All vehicles were reported stolen from the Toronto area."
Toronto police say 3,500 cars have been stolen so far this year.
While GTA premiums are rising, people in other parts of the world are receiving luxury car deliveries and enjoying the benefits of someone else's investment.
Some people use technology to steal, while others rely on carjacking. Scammers often run away, but not always.
As Toronto Sun reported, 34-year-old Seagull Suleiman was charged with robbery and weapons assault on June 20 on Weston Road. And Lawrence Avenue W.
And in another case, Toronto police also in a March 2021 incident near Steels Avenue W, with robbery, weapons assault, and possession of a stolen vehicle. 33) was charged. ..
Neither case has been proved in court.
These arrests and the recovery of the three stolen cars have begun, but they don't even dent the growing carjacking in GTA.
By the way, Canadians know that these cars will board ocean-going vessels, but this bust provides insights into what happens to them before they are loaded onto the vessel. These cars are hidden in legal and legal cargo.
"Moved from the Toronto location to the Bolton shipping yard," Brisebore said of the Bolton container. "The vehicle was not driven to the place where it was recovered."
Some ships carry 4,000 containers, which is a challenge for border authorities.
Anyone whose car has been stolen will be prompted to check the images published by the police.
"I wasn't there," said Toronto City Councilman Mark Grimes. .. "But they belong to someone."
Prominent victims like Grimes, Toronto Maple Leafs star Mitch Marner, and Range Rover theft made news, but most If not.
Who knows who is driving the Range Rover now? And who will then have their car stolen.
"They have the technology to open the door of your car and now start it from the satellite," Grimes said. "They can easily remove the tracking device in the car. All that needs to happen is to do more tracking in the car and hide the technology in the engine block or elsewhere."
The stolen part of the car is difficult, but the next step isn't fun either, Grimes said.
"We will be competing with insurance companies for value," he added, adding that it could take months to get a replacement.
In other words, the damage is not limited to theft.
At least the police found some cars, but now it's hard to find out who stole them, who surrounded them, and who is profiting. There is a lot of work.
"Investigation is underway," Brisebois said.
One container was searched. I will come more.
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