String of gunpoint robberies in Toronto result in charges for Whitby man


Published March 20, 2024 at 1:02 pm

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A Whitby man faces numerous charges following a string of retail robberies in Toronto.

Four businesses in the downtown were hit between October and January according to Toronto Police. In each robbery, police allege a man entered the business while wearing a mask and approached the checkout count posing as a customer. He then pulled a gun and demanded cash and cannabis before running off with the goods.

The Toronto Police Hold-Up Squad tracked down a suspect and arrested him during a raid. They allegedly also discovered a pistol, narcotic drugs, and other evidence.

L’Mar Cecil Greene, 26 of Whitby, faces 24 charges including;

  • four counts of robbery with a firearm
  • four counts of disguise with intent
  • four counts of pointing a firearm
  • four counts of weapons dangerous
  • three firearm possession charges
  • possession of drug for trafficking, and
  • four counts of failure to comply with a release order

He appeared in a bail hearing on March 20.

Anyone with information can call police at 416-808-7350 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477),

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