Police warn of rash of daytime break-ins in Agincourt

Toronto Police are out with a warning about a rash of break-ins in Agincourt while homeowners are at work.

Const. Allyson Douglas-Cook tells NEWSTALK 1010 that police have been able to determine suspects are ringing a home's doorbell to check if anyone is at home. If no one answers, they'll break a window or force the door open, and steal items from inside. 

If someone answers the door, the suspects may offer to do yard work.

Douglas-Cook could not say how many suspects police are looking for or whether they're male or female.

She says people who live in Agincourt should be aware of strangers in the neighbourhood and cautious when it comes to people approaching their doors.