There have been no reports of any injuries, but police are investigating after syringes were found tied to doors at Nathan Philips Square.
And it’s happened on two separate occasions.
Security first notified police about the needles late last month (October 25) when a man tied two capped syringes to the front doors of City Hall with blue rubber ribbons.
Then this past Monday the same man attempted to tie two capped syringes to a barricade near the front doors of City Hal.
He took off as security approached.
The man is described as white, with dark hair in a “puffy” ponytail. He was wearing black pants with either a red stripe or red writing down the side of each leg, and was carrying a dark backpack.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police or Crime Stoppers.
HAZARD: Nathan Phillips Square -Security reports someone has tied syringes to the doors -Happened on 2 occassions -No injuries ^dh
— Toronto Police OPS (@TPSOperations) November 10, 2015