The Property Identification Program is a webpage where items of property that have been recovered by the Toronto Police Service are displayed in an effort to reunite owners with their property and support Toronto Police investigations. If you have a visual impairment, please send an email to AODA Accessibility for assistance in recovering your property.

Project Seconds

Project Seconds was an investigation into break and enters which occurred throughout the Toronto and Peel Region area. This project led to the recovery of items during several search warrants which were executed in June of 2017.

Police are making items seized from the project visible to the public to reunite owners with their property as well as support their investigation against those responsible for the crimes.

Click on Continue, to register with the Property Identification Program and view recovered property.

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Project Two Wheeler

Project “Two Wheeler” was an investigation into the theft of bicycles in the downtown core of Toronto. The project concluded with the execution of a search warrant at a location used to store large amounts of stolen property. The search warrant led to the recovery of numerous bicycles as well as property believed to have been obtained from commercial/residential break and enters. These items include, among other things bicycle parts, electronics, tools.

Police are making items seized from the project visible to the public to reunite owners with their property as well as support their investigation against those responsible for the crimes.

Click on Continue, to register with the Property Identification Program and view recovered property.

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