By Kate Hopwood TORONTO, Jan 24 (Reuters) - The price of starting your morning commute in a warm car during Eastern Canada's recent cold snap could easily have been making your vehicle a hot car in the hands of organized thieves, Toronto police say. Police said on Monday there has been a rash of car thefts in Toronto's affluent neighborhoods as thieves prowl in search of cars left running in driveways to get them warmed up. The thieves seek out affluent neighborhoods and specific types ...
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