Toronto man wanted after woman was allegedly choked and beaten


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Toronto police are looking for a suspect after a woman was strangled, punched, forcibly restrained and had her cell phone taken before she could escape her attacker.

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Police said the woman called them for help on February 14, but by the time officers arrived at Don Mills-York Mills Rds. area where the alleged attack took place, the attacker escaped.

Poilice said on June 27, officers responding to a call for medical assistance in the Leslie St.-Finch Ave. E., found an unconscious man in the driver’s seat of a stolen vehicle.

Police alleged the man was treated by Toronto paramedics but fled when he regained consciousness.

Police have released a photo of their suspect, Kamba Taban, 28, of Toronto, wanted on charges of firearms and assault.

Police said he was armed and dangerous and are urging people to call 911 – and not approach him – if they spot him.


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