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Toronto restaurants begin to suffer break-ins amid desolate streets

Toronto restaurants begin to suffer break-ins amid desolate streets

Toronto restaurants begin to suffer break-ins amid desolate streets

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, streets have been left desolate, with minimal foot traffic compared to Toronto's normally bustling streets. This, unfortunately, has resulted in an increase of break-ins and looting. As many retail stores and malls have begun to board up their shops, a handful of Toronto restaurants have been victim to recent break-ins.

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The Federal was broken into just under a week ago, as the restaurant posted pictures of a shattered front door and police officers surveying the area.

This past Friday night of the long weekend, Patrick Kriss -- chef and owner of Aloette and Alo -- shared a picture of a shattered front door at Aloette via an Instagram story.

Firkin Pub's window shown smashed from a break-in. The pub in the Flatiron District has suffered four break-ins since March 15.

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Break-ins

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Toronto restaurants begin to suffer break-ins amid desolate streets

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Toronto restaurants begin to suffer break-ins amid desolate streets

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Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, streets have been left desolate, with minimal foot traffic compared to Toronto's normally bustling streets. This, unfortunately, has resulted in an increase of break-ins and looting. As many retail stores and malls have begun to board up their shops, a handful of Toronto restaurants have been victim to recent break-ins.

View this post on Instagram

🔥 THIS 🔥 IS 🔥 FINE 🔥

A post shared by ✯ The Federal ✯ (@thefed) on

The Federal was broken into just under a week ago, as the restaurant posted pictures of a shattered front door and police officers surveying the area.

This past Friday night of the long weekend, Patrick Kriss -- chef and owner of Aloette and Alo -- shared a picture of a shattered front door at Aloette via an Instagram story.

Firkin Pub's window shown smashed from a break-in. The pub in the Flatiron District has suffered four break-ins since March 15.

Tags:

Toronto Restaurants

Break-ins

COVID-19