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2-month old puppy stolen during armed carjacking of Porsche in Toronto, police say

A two-month-old puppy stolen in a vehicle Sunday morning in Toronto can be seen above. (TPS) A two-month-old puppy stolen in a vehicle Sunday morning in Toronto can be seen above. (TPS)

Toronto police are searching for a suspect in the aftermath of an armed carjacking at Downsview Dells Park on Sunday morning.

Police say the incident occurred just before 8:45 a.m. It is alleged that the victim exited their car, at which point the suspect approached them and demanded their car keys. The suspect then allegedly fled the area in the vehicle with the victim’s dog, Bella, a two-month-old Rottweiler/Pit Bull mix, still inside.

The suspect fled the scene in the vehicle, a Porsche Cayenne with plate number CYLY 981.

A 2021 Black Porsche Cayenne SUV can be seen above. (Toronto police handout)

Police are asking anyone with further information on this incident to contact investigators. Those who see the stolen vehicle on the roads are asked to dial 911 immediately. Top Stories


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