Durham police allege 59 vehicles worth $750K towed, stored unlawfully in Brampton

Two Brampton males and two firms are dealing with a wide range of expenses after Durham Regional Police investigators allege 59 vehicles have been towed and stored unlawfully in a Brampton tow yard.

In an announcement launched on Friday, officers stated a search warrant was executed on the enterprise close to the intersection of Rutherford Road South and Selby Road, south of Clarence Street, per week earlier.

The assertion stated 59 vehicles, collectively worth round $750,000, have been recovered by officers after being towed to the placement and stored “unlawfully.” Some vehicles have been additionally offered unlawfully, police stated.

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However, the entire vehicles have since been returned to every proprietor.

Investigators stated 33-year-old Karunakaran (Jay) Nadarajah and 56-year-old Marco (Mark) Terenzi have been every charged with 13 offences below the Consumer Protection Act. Also, two companies — Peel Preferred Collision Centre and Jay Express Auto Inc. — have been charged below the identical act.

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Officers famous the investigation remains to be ongoing, however inspired folks to seek the advice of provincial pointers to make sure the operator is following legislative necessities.

Meanwhile, anybody with details about the alleged actions was requested to name police at 1-888-579-1520 ext. 2112 or Crime Stoppers anonymously.

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