Three people charged in connection to break-in at Highway 12 business

Residents of Scarborough and Etobicoke, as well as an unidentified youth, have been charged after a Ramara business was robbed earlier this month.
According to police, at approximately 6:20 p.m. on Nov. 1, seven people entered a business on Highway 12. The people who entered the store reportedly distracted the clerk while others entered the residence and business area.

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On Tuesday (Nov. 27), the Orillia OPP Major Crime Unit and Community Street Crime Unit, assisted by York Regional Police Service District 5 Property Crime Unit, York Regional Police Service Emergency Response Unit, The Royal Canadian Mounted Police and Canada Border Service Agency executed a search warrant at a Toronto-area residence.

As a result, police arrested 23-year-old Alina Nistor of Scarborough, 27-year-old Martin Tomescu of Etobicoke and a youth who cannot be identified under the Youth Criminal Justice Act. All three were charged with Theft over $5,000 and Break and Enter in relation to this incident.

The youth was released on a Promise to Appear and an Officer in Charge Undertaking. The adults were remanded into custody and scheduled to appear, on Monday (Dec. 3), for a bail hearing at the Ontario Court of Justice in Barrie.

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