Police locate toys stolen from Salvation Army in Toronto
CTV Toronto: A portion of the toys that disappeared from a Salvation Army warehouse in Toronto over the last two years have been located in a warehouse west of the city.
CTV News has confirmed that police have found 146 skids filled with baby strollers, cribs and baby toys in a Brampton, Ontario, warehouse. The haul is enough to fill three tractor trailers.
Earlier this week, Salvation Army spokesperson Maj. John Murray said an internal audit revealed that about 100,000 toys worth approximately $2 million disappeared from one of the charity’s warehouses north of the city, over a two-year period.
Photo: Salvation Army officials say $2 million in food, toys, donations stolen in Toronto. (via toronto.ctvnews.ca)