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TTC service resumes after investigation into man uttering threats

Subway service has resumed in all directions from Bloor-Yonge Station after it was briefly suspended Sunday afternoon due to a police investigation.

Bloor-Yonge Station was briefly evacuated for a police investigation Sunday.

Torstar News Service

Bloor-Yonge Station was briefly evacuated for a police investigation Sunday.

TTC subway service has resumed in all directions from Bloor-Yonge Station after it was briefly suspended Sunday afternoon due to a police investigation into reports of a man uttering threats.

Just before 2:30 p.m. subway service was suspended on Line 2 from Broadview to St. George stations and on Line 1 from Union to Eglinton stations.

Police said there was a “suspicious” man making threats to people in the station. They are searching for a man wearing dark shorts, rolled up sleeves, a baseball hat, and a black backpack. Police urged people not to approach the suspect.

Police said the entire Bloor-Yonge station was evacuated wile the emergency task force conducted the investigation.

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