Toronto police arrested two men on Tuesday in connection with an armed carjacking in Regent Park.
Police say a man entered his parked car at Queen and Parliament Streets on Tuesday when he was approached by one of the suspects who pointed a gun at him and ordered him out of the vehicle.
After the driver got out, the armed suspect and another man got in and left in the vehicle.
Officers were able to locate the vehicle and apprehend the two suspects.
Investigators say the two suspects were also in possession of cash that was allegedly stolen during the robbery.
Kurt Downer, 40, of Toronto, and Marcel Blackburn, 36, of Hagersville, are charged with multiple offences, including robbery with a firearm and possession of property obtained by crime over $5,000. Blackburn was also charged with failing to comply with probation.
They appeared in court on Wednesday.
This is the latest in a series of carjacking investigations that GTA police have carried out over the past few months.
The latest incident happened in Brampton on Wednesday night. Peel Police say they are looking for three suspicious men after carjacking at knifepoint.
Back in Toronto last Friday, police say a man allegedly tried to steal two cars while armed with a knife, but failed in both attempts. In one incident, a 76-year-old woman was sitting in her parked vehicle when she was approached by a man holding a knife who asked for her keys.
With files from Michael Talbot of CityNews