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Robbery at gunpoint in Scarborough plaza
Armed men allegedly ordered people to the ground, taking their wallets on Saturday.
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Police are on the hunt for a group of men who are accused of robbing people at gunpoint in a Scarborough plaza on Silver Star Boulevard.

Toronto Police tell Newstalk 1010 that it happened around 1 a.m. on Saturday around Finch and Midland avenues.

Allegedly, four men entered one of the businesses. Two of them had handguns and ordered people to the ground, demanding their wallets and purses.

There are no reported injuries. Witnesses say the men fled the scene.

Police have descriptions for two of the men.  Both are Asian; one with a medium build and the other with a thin build, black hair, mid-twenties, 5-foot-eight and 130 pounds.

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Police are on the hunt for a group of men who are accused of robbing people at gunpoint in a Scarborough plaza on Silver Star Boulevard.

Toronto Police tell Newstalk 1010 that it happened around 1 a.m. on Saturday around Finch and Midland avenues.

Allegedly, four men entered one of the businesses. Two of them had handguns and ordered people to the ground, demanding their wallets and purses.

There are no reported injuries. Witnesses say the men fled the scene.

Police have descriptions for two of the men.  Both are Asian; one with a medium build and the other with a thin build, black hair, mid-twenties, 5-foot-eight and 130 pounds.

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