Public safety warning issued after discovery of potentially dangerous substance in East Toronto Park – Beach Metro Community News


Toronto Police issued a public safety warning after a potentially dangerous substance was discovered in a park near Dundas Street East and Boulton Avenue on July 17.

Police have issued a public safety warning after the discovery of a potentially dangerous substance in a park in eastern Toronto.

On Saturday, July 17, officers from Division 55 responded to a report from a dog owner that crackers had been left by several trees near a public park in the Dundas Street East area and the avenue Boulton. As a precaution, police said the crackers have been seized and will be tested for hazardous materials.

No sick animals have been reported in the area, police said in the warning issued on the afternoon of Sunday, July 18.

However, police are concerned about these incidents and the possibility of animals being injured.

Anyone with information is urged to contact the 55 Division Police at 416-808-5500, or anonymously at Crime Stoppers at 416-222-8477 or online at

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