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The Toronto police are looking for this man (above) who is accused of breaking into a commercial property, eating food and then letting in a photocopy of his face

Have you seen this man? Canadian police hunt burglar who broke into business, PHOTOCOPIED his face and left the image behind for police

  • The Toronto police were looking for a man who had been burgled
  • It is claimed that he ate food, left scraps, and then photocopied his face
  • The scan shows a clean shaved man with a white fedora with a black belt
  • Incident happened on Friday near Dufferin Street and Ridelle Avenue, Toronto
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The Canadian police are looking for a burglar who broke into a company and photocopied his face.

Researchers try to identify the unknown man after finding the black and white image scan of him in the commercial real estate in Toronto, Ontario.

They responded to a call about the burglary near Dufferin Street and Ridelle Avenue, north of Roselawn Avenue, on Friday.

The Toronto police are looking for this man (above) who is accused of breaking into a commercial property, eating food and then letting in a photocopy of his face

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The Toronto police are looking for this man (above) who is accused of breaking into a commercial property, eating food and then letting in a photocopy of his face

It is claimed that the man ate food that he found in the building and left behind.

He then took a photocopy of his face but left it in the building.

The image, released by the Toronto police to help with the investigation, seems to show a man with a shaved hair wearing a white fedora with a black belt.

Social media users were tickled by the unusual police report – with several comments that the & # 39; too funny & # 39; was on Facebook.

Mike Skorn joked: & # 39; Was this from the 19th century? & # 39;

& # 39; Does someone leave a photo and just assume it is them? & # 39; Ev Paddy commented.

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Phil Pee Dee wrote: & # 39; It could be worse, he could have photocopied the other end. He certainly has style, wearing fedora. & # 39;

Anyone with information is asked to contact the police at 416-808-1300 or the anonymous Crime Stoppers line 416-222-TIPS (8477).

On Friday, police were called to commercial real estate near Dufferin Street and Ridelle Avenue (above) in Toronto, Canada

On Friday, police were called to commercial real estate near Dufferin Street and Ridelle Avenue (above) in Toronto, Canada

On Friday, police were called to commercial real estate near Dufferin Street and Ridelle Avenue (above) in Toronto, Canada

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