Claim Stolen Property Online

By Ron Fanfair, Toronto Police Service Published: 6 a.m. March 24, 2017

In an attempt to reconnect citizens with their stolen property recovered during Project High Class, Toronto Police are encouraging members of the community to go to a web portal designed to help victims identify their possessions.

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Hundreds of watches were recovered during Project High Class

Project High Class was an investigation into break-and-enters which occurred throughout the Toronto area. This project led to the recovery of items during several search warrants executed in January 2017.

"The project was focused on identifying, arresting and preventing break-and-enters in the targeted boundaries within 22 Division,” said Acting Inspector Joanne Rudnick.

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The seized items included jewelry, handbags, cash, coin and stamp collections, a signed Nathan Horton game jersey and electronics.

Detective Robert LeMaitre, of 22 Division Major Crime Unit, said people can log in to the site to see if they recognize property that has been stolen from their home. Users must have reported the crime to a police service before accessing the photos of the seized items.

“Using their report number, they will be able to see photos of the property we have recovered,” he said.

Click Hereto view property from Project High Class

A woman at a podium beside racks of clothing and tables of handbags, jewellery and watches
Inspector Joanne Rudnick points out property recovered by police from an alleged break-and-enter ring
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