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Toronto police partner with charity in effort to track down Canada’s most-wanted fugitives – The Globe and Mail


The Globe and Mail

Toronto police partner with charity in effort to track down Canada's most-wanted fugitives
The Globe and Mail
Ngo is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant in connection to the September 2015 fatal stabbing of 23-year-old Russell Sahadeo. Russell had no criminal history and was an innocent victim who had the misfortune of finding himself in a park down the street ...

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Toronto police partner with charity in effort to track down wanted fugitives – Regina Leader-Post


Toronto police partner with charity in effort to track down wanted fugitives
Regina Leader-Post
Toronto police are partnering with a charitable organization in an effort to bring some of Canada's most-wanted to justice. Det. Sgt. Stacy Gallant says the Bolo — be on the lookout — program will concentrate on fugitives wanted for serious crimes ...

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New program urges citizens to be on the lookout for suspected killers – Ottawa Citizen


Ottawa Citizen

New program urges citizens to be on the lookout for suspected killers
Ottawa Citizen
The program is currently only working with Toronto Police and focusing on the two cases of Fountain and Ngo. But Langlois said the goal is to team up with police services across Canada in the coming months and eventually develop a most-wanted list ...

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New program urges citizens to be on the lookout for suspected killers – Toronto Sun


Toronto Sun

New program urges citizens to be on the lookout for suspected killers
Toronto Sun
The program is currently only working with Toronto Police and focusing on the two cases of Fountain and Ngo. But Langlois said the goal is to team up with police services across Canada in the coming months and eventually develop a most-wanted list ...

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BOLO: New program urges citizens to be on the lookout for suspected killers – Toronto Sun


Toronto Sun

BOLO: New program urges citizens to be on the lookout for suspected killers
Toronto Sun
The program is currently only working with Toronto Police and focusing on the two cases of Fountain and Ngo. But Langlois said the goal is to team up with police services across Canada in the coming months and eventually develop a most-wanted list ...

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Toronto police partner with charity in effort to track down wanted fugitives – The Daily Courier


Toronto police partner with charity in effort to track down wanted fugitives
The Daily Courier
Langlois says the program is designed to complement police efforts by ensuring a wider audience sees most-wanted notices, and making it easier for people to share the information with their social networks. Tommy Ngo is wanted for second-degree murder ...

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Toronto police partner with charity in effort to track down wanted … – National Post


Toronto police partner with charity in effort to track down wanted ...
National Post
Toronto police are partnering with a charitable organization in an effort to bring some of Canada's most-wanted to justice.Det. Sgt. Stacy Gallant says the Bolo — be on the lookout — program will concentrate on fugitives wanted for serious crimes.

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Toronto police partner with charity in effort to track down wanted … – Times Colonist


Toronto police partner with charity in effort to track down wanted ...
Times Colonist
Toronto police are partnering with a charitable organization in an effort to bring some of Canada's most-wanted to justice.Det. Sgt. Stacy Gallant says the Bolo — be on the lookout — program will . . .

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New website asks public for help in finding Canada’s most wanted – CBC.ca


CBC.ca

New website asks public for help in finding Canada's most wanted
CBC.ca
Toronto police want people to help them catch Canada's most wanted suspects by scrolling through photos on a website, reading case summaries and reporting sightings of fugitives online. Det.-Sgt. Stacy Gallant, of the Toronto police, said police have ...

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Toronto police tap into power of social media to catch city’s most … – CTV News


CTV News

Toronto police tap into power of social media to catch city's most ...
CTV News
Toronto police detectives are honing in on the power of social media to capture some of the city's most wanted criminals. Through a new pilot project, done in collaboration with Montreal-based non-profit Stephan Crétier Foundation, police want to ...

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