Police identify man wanted in arson investigation on the Danforth

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Toronto police have identified a man wanted in connection with an arson investigation on the Danforth last month.

In the early morning hours on July 11, police responded to a call for a fire in the area of Woodbine and Danforth avenues.The fire caused minor damage and there were no injuries reported, police said.

Later that month, between July 20 and July 22, a man was seen in the area peeling off decal from the front window of the same building on three separate occasions, police said.On Friday, police identified a man wanted in connection with the arson investigation. Roger Lemika, 51, of Toronto, is wanted for one count of arson and three counts of mischief under $5,000.

Lemika is described as six feet tall, weighing 210 pounds with a slim build, brown eyes, short black hair and a short beard.


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