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Suspicious package at Bombardier facility in Toronto a ‘misdirected’ delivery

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The police investigation into the matter has now concluded

TORONTO—Bombardier says a suspicious package delivered to one of its Toronto facilities was sent in error.

The transportation company offered no further details on what it called a “misdirected” delivery, but CTV reported the package contained four military-grade guns labelled “property of the U.S. government.”

Toronto police say they were called to Bombardier’s aerospace facility in a northwest part of the city on Aug. 30 for what they called a “suspicious incident.”

Sgt. Jenifferjit Sidhu says police took possession of the package and have determined the incident was non-criminal.


She says the police investigation into the matter has now concluded.

Neither police nor Bombardier would confirm the contents of the package.

Related: Toronto police investigating suspicious package delivered to Bombardier


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