Original Canadian landscape paintings stolen in break-and-entry

TORONTO – Eleven original Canadian landscape paintings, together valued at $387,800 were stolen in a break-and-enter into the Canadian Fine Arts store on 577 Mount Pleasant Road late Sunday night.

The paintings include canvases by Canadian impressionists of the 1920’s belonging to The Group of Seven: J.E.H. MacDonald’s “Gull River,” A.Y. Jackson’s “Les Eboulement,” Franz Johnston’s “First Snow Georgian Bay,” and Frederick Varley’s “Gatneau Hills”.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Al Flis or Detective Constable Erwin Huber at 416-808-5306 or 416-808-5364, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com text TOR and your message to Crimes(274637), or Leave a Tip on Facebook.

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