Piano stolen from Toronto General Hospital: police


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canada.com

The baby grand piano — worth $27,000 — stolen from the Toronto General Hospital ten days ago has been recovered by police in Mississauga.

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PREVIOUSLY: Police are looking for three men suspected to swiping a baby grand piano from Toronto General Hospital.

Police say two of the three suspects went to the downtown hospital’s Peter Munk Wing on July 14 just before 1 p.m. and lifted a a Boston Steinway Baby Grand Piano onto a dolly. It was then taken to a vehicle — a white Ford Cargo-style van — where the third suspect was waiting. They then made off with the pricey instrument.

All three suspects are described as 25-year-old men. One is white, 5’11”, 190 lbs., with short blonde hair and last seen wearing a black T-shirt. The second is black with black hair and was wearing a white and blue striped shirt, brown shorts, a dark baseball…

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