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Source: Toronto Police Service
Date: 2020-01-21 14:30:00
Time: 2 days ago
The Toronto Police Service is seeking the public\'s assistance locating a wanted man.

Pirahas Thabotharan, 34, of Toronto, is wanted on a warrant for the following:


1. two counts of Robbery with an offensive weapon
2. five counts of Fail to Comply with release order

He is described as 5\'9", 280 lbs., with black hair and brown eyes.

He is considered violent. If located do not approach. Call 9-1-1.


Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-4200, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com, online on our Facebook Leave a Tip page, or text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637). Download the free Crime Stoppers Mobile App on iTunes or Google Play.


For more news, visit TPSnews.ca.Wanted Man, 
Pirahas Thabotharan, 34
Source: Ottawa Police Service
Date: 2020-01-21 14:30:00
Time: 2 days ago

While not in their job description, Neighbourhood Resource Team (NRT) officers were only too happy to help a stranded motorist one cold evening in December.

The driver recently wrote to Ottawa Police Service to thank the two officers who helped her on December 4th, when she ran out of gas just metres away from the pumps at a gas station on Carling Avenue.

“Admittedly, I left filling up longer than I should have and then when I got stuck in traffic, it became so urgent, I had to pull off the Queensway on my way home,” said Karen, a local resident.

The officers pushed the vehicle so she could fill up and be on her way.

“I don’t usually let my tank to run so low,” said Karen. “This was a close call and I won’t let it happen again.”

Fortunately, she didn’t run out of gas in a remote area, which can be extremely dangerous at this time of year. Even a short walk in the cold, if you aren’t dressed for it, can cause hypothermia.

Ottawa Police offers the following tips to avoid a potentially life-threatening situation:

  • Don’t let your gas gauge fall below half a tank. You may have to be in your vehicle longer than expected if roads are closed, blocked or you are re-routed, and a gas station stop isn’t an option when that happens. Even if you’re not faced with an unexpected delay, running low on gas during the winter months could leave you stranded in the cold. 
  • Dress for the weather. Have appropriate outdoor clothing with you, in case you need to get out of your vehicle.
  • Keep your phone charged. You don’t want your vehicle to go off the road or break down and not be able to call for help.
  • Keep an emergency kit in your car. A blanket and a candle could save your life in a cold-weather breakdown.

For more winter driving safety tips, go to ottawapolice.ca 

Source: Toronto Police Service
Date: 2020-01-21 14:30:00
Time: 2 days ago
The Toronto Police Service is seeking the public\'s assistance locating a wanted man.

Pirahas Thabotharan, 34, of Toronto, is wanted on a warrant for the following:


1. two counts of Robbery with an offensive weapon
2. five counts of Fail to Comply with release order

He is described as 5\'9", 280 lbs., with black hair and brown eyes.

He is considered violent. If located do not approach. Call 9-1-1.


Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-4200, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com, online on our Facebook Leave a Tip page, or text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637). Download the free Crime Stoppers Mobile App on iTunes or Google Play.


For more news, visit TPSnews.ca.Wanted Man, 
Pirahas Thabotharan, 34
Source: Ottawa Police Service
Date: 2020-01-21 14:30:00
Time: 2 days ago

While not in their job description, Neighbourhood Resource Team (NRT) officers were only too happy to help a stranded motorist one cold evening in December.

The driver recently wrote to Ottawa Police Service to thank the two officers who helped her on December 4th, when she ran out of gas just metres away from the pumps at a gas station on Carling Avenue.

“Admittedly, I left filling up longer than I should have and then when I got stuck in traffic, it became so urgent, I had to pull off the Queensway on my way home,” said Karen, a local resident.

The officers pushed the vehicle so she could fill up and be on her way.

“I don’t usually let my tank to run so low,” said Karen. “This was a close call and I won’t let it happen again.”

Fortunately, she didn’t run out of gas in a remote area, which can be extremely dangerous at this time of year. Even a short walk in the cold, if you aren’t dressed for it, can cause hypothermia.

Ottawa Police offers the following tips to avoid a potentially life-threatening situation:

  • Don’t let your gas gauge fall below half a tank. You may have to be in your vehicle longer than expected if roads are closed, blocked or you are re-routed, and a gas station stop isn’t an option when that happens. Even if you’re not faced with an unexpected delay, running low on gas during the winter months could leave you stranded in the cold. 
  • Dress for the weather. Have appropriate outdoor clothing with you, in case you need to get out of your vehicle.
  • Keep your phone charged. You don’t want your vehicle to go off the road or break down and not be able to call for help.
  • Keep an emergency kit in your car. A blanket and a candle could save your life in a cold-weather breakdown.

For more winter driving safety tips, go to ottawapolice.ca 

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