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Man drove off with cars from Milton, Oakville dealerships without paying: police

Man drove off with cars from Milton, Oakville dealerships without paying: police
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Halton police are trying to track down a man they believe stole three cars from Ontario dealerships over the last two months.

Investigators say the man walked into Oakville and Milton retailers, inquired about buying a car, obtained keys and drove off with the vehicles.

The latest incident was in Milton at a dealership located on Martin Street at Highway 401, on March 13.

The man inquired about purchasing a 2016 Silver Mercedes GLE 350, was left alone with the vehicle’s keys at one point, and drove off the lot without completing the purchase.

It’s believed the driver of a black Chrysler 300 may be an accomplice in the thefts, as the suspect was dropped-off by a car matching the description, each time.
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