NEWMARKET, Ont. - York Regional Police say they have seized stolen vehicle keys they believe prevented about $4 million in potential thefts.
Police say they recovered three vehicles valued at $250,000 during an investigation of break-ins that resulted in high-end vehicle thefts across the Greater Toronto Area.
During an probe that started in July, police executed eight search warrants and seized 99 stolen vehicle keys, various disguises and a police scanner.
A suspect was arrested on Sept. 9 in Toronto.
Andrzej Zalewski, 33, of Toronto, is due in a Newmarket court Friday charged with offences that include break and enter and possession of property obtained by crime.
The investigation is continuing.
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