The residents called police on the afternoon of Oct. 3 after coming home and discovering their house had been ransacked.
Police said the dog and some personal belongings were taken from the home near Islington Avenue and The Westway.
Vincent Okai, 38, and Latoya Taitt, 34, both from Toronto, have been charged with possession of property obtained by crime.
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A two-year career of theft from downtown businesses has Toronto Police pushing for a name of the perpetrator seen in security video captures. They say that he steals Apple products from firms using these items. He gains entry into the establishments with a crowbar or by forcing the door. He targets the businesses sporadically and disappears for months before striking again The man is described as approximately 6′, 40-50, with a heavy build, and light-brown or blonde hair. He was last seen wearing a black baseball cap, a black jacket with white stripes, dark pants, and dark shoes. This is an investigation in the area of 52 Division (416) 808-5200.
Police have arrested two people for the theft of a dog in a daylight break and enter October 3 at a home near Islington Ave. and The Westway. The pet, Muffy, was recovered Monday when two accused, Vincent Okai, 38, of Toronto, and Latoya Taitt, 34, of Toronto, were arrested and charged.