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Amanda Gayowsky accused of striking man in head with crowbar before fleeing in stolen car.
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Toronto police are trying to track down a woman accused of breaking into an underground garage and assaulting a building employee.

It happened on Sunday, January 12th at an apartment building in the Rosedale Valley Road and Mount Pleasant Road area. 

Police say a woman broke into the underground garage of the building but was confronted by a building employee.  It’s alleged the woman then attacked the male employee striking him in the head with a crowbar. 

Investigators say she then fled in a stolen car, nearly striking the employee with the vehicle.  The woman then abandoned the car and fled on foot. 

Police have released a photo of 28-year-old Amanda Gayowsky. 

Anyone who sees Gayowsky is asked not to approach her but call 9-1-1 immediately.

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  1. john posted on 01/20/2014 12:04 PM
    this is why we should beable to carry guns . if that happened she and the rest of them would be bodies instead of being arrested by police . all it takes is for them to hit the wrong place .
    1. Karl Burgin posted on 01/20/2014 01:01 PM
      @john If that was allowed, Daniel Dale skulking behind Rob Ford's fence would be dead- or at least have some permanent wound...
      I think she's related to DONNY P.- the family resemblance is astounding....
  2. Vivadel posted on 01/21/2014 05:41 PM
    You people are monsters... SHE is a sick women who needs help, she needs to go to the police, do the time and go to rehab. Donny P she is someone's daughter, sister, friend not some crackhead pussy as you so eloquently put!! She has done some wrong things and this is not justifying what she did, what she did was TERRIBLE and should be held accountable but watch what you say - this one daycould be your daughter or sister who some people are talking shit about !!
    And John - so your solution is that civilians should be able to carry guns or harm or kill people like this? Right and this is why you're irrelevant. People like Amanda need HELP not to be shot. Lemme guess, you're pro death penalty, right? Just move to America already Canada doesn't need assholes like you.
    1. Karl Burgin posted on 01/22/2014 12:04 PM
      @Vivadel Don't take the comments to heart Vivadel- well except for Donny P. He seems to have no filter, and it comes across in his comments- which can be quite idiotic and abrasive.
      But JOHN doesn't mean anything sinister by his comments- I can assure you.

      But it is nice to see your compassion reflected here.
    2. Karl Burgin posted on 01/22/2014 12:05 PM
      @Vivadel And if my comments were offensive to you in any way- I do apologize.
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Toronto police are trying to track down a woman accused of breaking into an underground garage and assaulting a building employee.

It happened on Sunday, January 12th at an apartment building in the Rosedale Valley Road and Mount Pleasant Road area. 

Police say a woman broke into the underground garage of the building but was confronted by a building employee.  It’s alleged the woman then attacked the male employee striking him in the head with a crowbar. 

Investigators say she then fled in a stolen car, nearly striking the employee with the vehicle.  The woman then abandoned the car and fled on foot. 

Police have released a photo of 28-year-old Amanda Gayowsky. 

Anyone who sees Gayowsky is asked not to approach her but call 9-1-1 immediately.

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  1. john posted on 01/20/2014 12:04 PM
    this is why we should beable to carry guns . if that happened she and the rest of them would be bodies instead of being arrested by police . all it takes is for them to hit the wrong place .
    1. Karl Burgin posted on 01/20/2014 01:01 PM
      @john If that was allowed, Daniel Dale skulking behind Rob Ford's fence would be dead- or at least have some permanent wound...
      I think she's related to DONNY P.- the family resemblance is astounding....
  2. Vivadel posted on 01/21/2014 05:41 PM
    You people are monsters... SHE is a sick women who needs help, she needs to go to the police, do the time and go to rehab. Donny P she is someone's daughter, sister, friend not some crackhead pussy as you so eloquently put!! She has done some wrong things and this is not justifying what she did, what she did was TERRIBLE and should be held accountable but watch what you say - this one daycould be your daughter or sister who some people are talking shit about !!
    And John - so your solution is that civilians should be able to carry guns or harm or kill people like this? Right and this is why you're irrelevant. People like Amanda need HELP not to be shot. Lemme guess, you're pro death penalty, right? Just move to America already Canada doesn't need assholes like you.
    1. Karl Burgin posted on 01/22/2014 12:04 PM
      @Vivadel Don't take the comments to heart Vivadel- well except for Donny P. He seems to have no filter, and it comes across in his comments- which can be quite idiotic and abrasive.
      But JOHN doesn't mean anything sinister by his comments- I can assure you.

      But it is nice to see your compassion reflected here.
    2. Karl Burgin posted on 01/22/2014 12:05 PM
      @Vivadel And if my comments were offensive to you in any way- I do apologize.
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