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August 22, 2018
York Security Bulletin - Robbery
Toronto Police Service has advised York Security that they received a report of a robbery that took place off campus near the intersection of Assiniboine Road and Troyer Ave. on Tuesday, August 21st at approximately 9:30 pm.
Two victims were robbed of their cell phones. Suspects are 2 males, dressed in black and driving a black, older model, Toyota Rav4 with a spare tire mounted on the back. One of the victims is a York University community member. No injuries were reported. Suspects were seen leaving eastbound on Assiniboine Road in the vehicle. One suspect was carrying a firearm.
York Security is assisting Toronto Police Service with their investigation.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Toronto Police Service directly at (416) 808-2222 or York Security at (416) 650-8000 or ext. 58000.
If you have any questions, feel free to call us or drop by the 24-7 Community Safety Office. We are here to serve our community and thank you for your support and shared commitment to safety.
Security Bulletins are issued regarding incidents that occur on York University property when:
- a serious incident has occurred and there is a risk of recurrence; and/or
- there is a pattern of recurring, but less serious incidents (such as thefts or robberies); and/or
- a Security or Police investigation will be assisted by bringing forward witnesses and information.
Incidents representing an immediate threat to the physical safety of persons at the University are communicated immediately to all, or to the affected parts of the University, following the protocols outlined in York’s Emergency Plan and related procedures. Methods of communication would include: the push notification on the Mobile Safety App, the LCD screens, and the emergency PA system.
|URGENT INCIDENTS - KEELE & GLENDON CAMPUSES
(416) 736-5333 or ext. 33333
Toronto Police Services, Ambulance or Toronto Fire Dept. 911 Security TTY (for hearing impaired) (416) 736-5470 or ext. 55470 GENERAL SECURITY INFORMATION KEELE & GLENDON CAMPUSES (416) 650-8000 or ext. 58000 Crime Prevention (416) 736-5931 or ext. 55931 Investigations (416) 736-5361 or ext. 55361 Centre for Human Rights, Equity and Inclusion (416) 736-5682 or ext. 55682
Centre for Human Rights, Equity & Inclusion TTY (for hearing impaired) (416) 650-4823 Office of the Ombudsperson email@example.com Counselling & Disability Services (416) 736-5297 or ext. 55297 Community Support and Services (416) 736-5231 or ext. 55231 Crime Stoppers (416) 222-8477 www.222tips.com Toronto Police Services (NON-EMERGENCY #) (416) 808-2222
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