Toronto: The results of Project Stallion were announced by the Toronto Police Service on Wednesday. During the project, police found 550 stolen vehicles worth more than $27 million.

Giving details of the project, Toronto Police Supt. Ron Taverner said that much of the focus under the project was on stolen vehicles and catalytic converters from the western end of the city.

Project Stallion, launched in November 2022, led to the recovery of 556 stolen vehicles worth more than $27 million. During this time, more than 300 charges have been imposed against 100 people.

Taverner said there has been a significant increase in vehicle thefts in Toronto since 2019. He said the issue continues to be a major issue in the city and across the GTA. This project of TPS also included the OCIS team and other police divisions.

During this time, this project was launched to recover stolen vehicles and to crack down on those who committed such crimes. So far, 119 people have been charged, 314 charges have been imposed, 556 vehicles have been recovered, the value of the recovered vehicles is $ 27,406,120.

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