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Thieves Steal 2 Rolls Royces And A Bentley From Toronto Dealership In Broad Daylight

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Toronto Police are searching for three suspects wanted in connection with the theft of three luxury vehicles over the weekend. The so-called thieves walked into a dealership and crush off with a Bentley and two Rolls-Royces.

The treason happened in wholesale daylight, on the afternoon of Saturday, July 22, equal to the Toronto Police Service (TPS). It reports that the vehicles stolen are a woebegone 2021 Rolls-Royce Dawn, a white 2020 Rolls-Royce Cullinan, and a woebegone 2022 Bentley Bentayga.

It remains unclear exactly how the thieves made off with the cars, but so far there are no reports of violence. In images released by the TPS, the men stuff looked for towards to be wearing mechanics uniforms with Ford badges on them.

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Police are looking for the public’s help in identifying the suspects, who wore squatter masks and sunglasses, potentially in an effort to hibernate their identities. They say the vehicles were last seen driving yonder from the dealership.

Authorities did not provide an estimate as to the financing of these specific vehicles, but all were luxury vehicles, making them rather expensive. While prices vary, used Dawns can sell for as much as $500,000 CAD ($379,580 USD at current mart rates), per

Meanwhile, Cullinans can go for as much as $550,000 CAD ($417,538 USD), and Bentaygas can go for as much as $380,000 ($288,480 USD). Taken together, the vehicles could be worth as much as $1.4 million CAD ($1.06 million USD).

Police data suggests that wheels thefts are up 38.5 percent in 2022, in Toronto, equal to CTV News. That makes it the fastest rising type of major treason in the Canadian city.

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