Several people reportedly attacked by group of teen girls at Toronto subway stations

by The Canadian Parvasi

Team Parvasi – Inside

Toronto Police is probing the incidents after a group of around 10 girls reportedly assaulted multiple people at random at several subway stations.

In a news release on Wednesday, the Toronto Police stated that the reported assaults occurred on December 17 between 10 p.m. and 12 a.m.

The alleged assaults occurred at Queen’s Park, St. Partick, Osgoode, St. Andrew and Union subway stations, the news release further read.

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This news comes after the news of the death of a 59-year-old homeless man, who was killed near Union Station after allegedly being attacked by eight teenage girls.

It was previously alleged that the girls, after scheduling on social media, congregated in the Downtown Toronto Area and swarmed and stabbed the 59-year-old, identified as Ken Lee, to death.

The accused reportedly included three 13-year-olds, three 14-year-olds, and two 16-year-olds, according to the police.




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