4 CHARGED WITH ROBBERY IN LEXMARK INK CARGO-THEFT IN CANADA

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4 CHARGED WITH ROBBERY IN LEXMARK INK CARGO-THEFT IN CANADA

 user 2009-06-23 at 12:21:54 pm Views: 76
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    http://www.yorkregion.com/article/93543
    4 Markham men charged in Richmond Hill cargo theft
    Four Markham men and one Toronto man have been arrested in connection to a $1.5-million cargo theft in Richmond Hill back in January.
    Last Thursday, police in Markham and Toronto carried out search warrants.Many items such as cellphones, a .22 calibre rifle, .45 calibre pistol, computer equipment, ink cartridges and about $8,000 in cash were seized.Jan. 6, an employee at Lexmark Canada at 50 Leek Cres. in Richmond Hill arrived to work to five a hole in the loading door and a forklift parked near the hole.When he checked the warehouse, the employee realized property was stolen including about 49 skids of printer cartridges.The total value of the theft, including the container  used to transport the stolen items is $1.5 million,The five men face charges of break and enter to commit, break and enter with intent, theft under $5,000, possession of stolen property over $5,000, possession of restricted/prohibited weapon and unsafe storage of a firearm.


    Disappearing ink eludes York police
    (from jan 09)
    Thieves with a large print job to do got away with $1.5 million worth of printer cartridges from a Richmond Hill warehouse.A Lexmark Canada employee showed up for work near Highway 404 and 16th Ave. about 5 a.m. Jan. 6 and found nine skids of cartridges and a truck and container were missing, York Region police said. The truck and container were found in Vaughan two days later.


    Richmond Hill business theft valued at $1.5M: police
    (from jan 09)
    York Regional Police need your help after $1.5 million worth of property was stolen from a Richmond Hill business.On Jan. 6 at 4:50 a.m., an employee at Lexmark Canada arrived at work and noticed a hole in the loading door and forklift parked near the hole.When he checked the warehouse, he noticed there were nine missing skids of printer cartridges. There was also a truck and container missing, police said.The total value of the cartridges, truck and container is $1.5 million.Jan. 8, the truck and empty container were found in Vaughan, police said.No suspect descriptions are available.