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Bank employee stabbed 'multiple times' during downtown Toronto hold-up

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An employee was stabbed 'multiple times' during a June 27 hold-up at a Bank of Montreal branch at 291 Spadina Ave. Toronto paramedics rushed the victim to a trauma centre with serious, but non-life-threatening, injuries. Police described the suspect as a Black male wearing red shoes, dark blue jeans, a dark coat with white stripes/collar, a red hoodie, a white mask, and a yellow toque.
1 month ago·Toronto, Canada

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