After two back-to-back incidents, Toronto police have arrested five teenagers and one man following a robbery investigation.
On Friday, police received reports of a robbery near the area of Bayview Avenue and York Mills Road.
The group allegedly approached two men, concealing their faces with clothes and threatened them with a firearm. Witnesses say the suspects fled after the two men refused to comply with their demands.
The second incident took place early Saturday morning near York Mills and Leslie Street.
Police were called to the area after they received reports of a robbery outside of a bank.
The group allegedly surrounded two men coming out of the bank and made demands for their cell phones and cash. The group were able to flee the area on foot with cash but were arrested following a search by police.
The group of accused are between the ages of 16-18 and are facing several charges including robbery with a firearm, disguise with intent and robbery.
The appeared in a Toronto court Saturday afternoon.