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RCMP looking for two ‘suspicious’ men seen near Rogers Centre

CityNews | posted Thursday, Nov 26th, 2015

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The Royal Canadian Mounted Police will be holding a news conference Thursday to discuss a suspicious incident they say happened in August near the Rogers Centre in Toronto.

Investigators are asking for help identifying two men they say were “exhibiting suspicious behaviour” on the John Street bridge at 3:30 p.m. on Aug. 31.

The Toronto Blue Jays were hosting a game that day against the Cleveland Indians.

Police say a passerby saw the two men and reported the incident via a suspicious incident report (SIR) to the RCMP’s National Critical Infrastructure Team.

Police are releasing few details but have indicated the investigation could be related to national security.

The SIR is a system that is used to collect information on suspicious incidents that may be related to national security, police said in a release.

The man on the left is described as having brown skin, 20-30 years old and with a medium build. He was wearing a green and white striped shirt with a red trim, blue jeans, blue Adidas shoes with yellow laces, and a watch. He was also carrying a backpack and sunglasses.

The man on the right is described as having brown skin, 20-30 years old and with a medium build. He was wearing a blue and yellow striped shirt with some purple stripes, dark blue jeans, blue Puma shoes with yellow laces and a watch. His sunglasses were hanging on his shirt buttons.

Anyone with information is being asked to call the RCMP at 1-800-387-0020, or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800- 222-TIPS (8477).

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