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A Toronto man once arrested for a nine-month-long string of bank heists now faces murder charges for his alleged crossbow rampage through a suburban neighborhood.
Toronto police responding to a call about a stabbing found the two men and one woman bleeding on the ground around 1 p.m. in the Scarborough area of east Toronto, according to spokesman David Hopkinson. Police arrested a suspect, Brett Ryan, allegedly related to the victims at the scene.
Get great bargains for all your sports gear for summer and fall 2016All three people were found with crossbow bolts in their bodies. One person is in custody and police say the incident is linked to a suspicious package found in a nearby Ryan, 35, was charged with three counts of first-degree murder for the grisly Thursday massacre in Scarborough, part of Eastern Toronto. Police said he killed three people and injured a fourth with the hunting weapon.
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Ryan, 35, once known as the city’s “Fake Beard Bandit,” was charged with 29 counts of robbery in 2008 for a series of bank stick-ups.
Police said the then-27-year-old robbed 14 Toronto banks over nine months. Each time, he disguised himself with a fake beard.
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While he was arrested and charged for the robberies in June 2008, it’s unclear if he was convicted. Officers rushed to the scene around 1 p.m. Thursday after an emergency caller reported a stabbing in the area. When they arrived, they found three slain victims: Two still had bolts, arrow-like projectiles fired by a crossbow , still lodged in their bodies, while the third had bolt wounds.
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A fourth victim was hospitalized with non-serious injuries. Police have not released the names of the victims, and officials have not detailed a possible motive in the brutal killings.
“We don’t have any idea with regards to why this may have happened,” Toronto police spokesman David Hopkinson said.