Master key used to break into condo unit

Toronto police are looking for a man accused of using a master key to break into a condo unit.  According to authorities, the man entered a condominium complex on High Park Avenue and Bloor Street West on Sunday, July 5 between 4 p.m. and 11 p.m. Police say the man managed to get his hands on a master key that could access all units inside the building. They allege the suspect entered a unit and stole electronics and jewelry.


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