Police find car used to drive in mall

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Police find car used to drive in mall

Police are looking for at least two suspects.

Police are looking for two suspects following a break and enter outside the property. ordinary at Vaughan Mills in suburban Toronto last night. The suspects drove through mall doors, drove inside, and robbed a store before fleeing.

The car was found Wednesday afternoon, according to York Regional Police. The black Audi A4 had a Quebec license plate, but it was stolen.

Police were called to the scene around 1:10 a.m. Wednesday.

The two suspects stole electronics from The Source store. They fled before officers arrived. The police did not quantify the value of the stolen goods.

“This is [a] very daring flight.

— Clint Whitney, York Regional Police Spokesperson

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The two suspects were wearing hoods, add the police, who do not know for the moment whether they were men or of women.

No one was injured, say the police, who point out that maintenance employees, in particular, work in the shopping center during the night.

Fortunately no one was injured. It's just property damage, said Constable Whitney.

Two of the entrances to the building sustained significant damage. The suspects entered the mall through door number 1 and drove out through door number 6, according to police.