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Police say they have made multiple arrests in a Boxing Day home invasion in Toronto.

Investigators say a 35-year-old man was in a home in the city’s downtown with two women in their early 20s that evening when the incident took place.

They say that while the man was distracted, one of the women let four people – three men and a woman – into the home.

Police say one of the men in the group had a handgun and threatened to shoot the victim if he didn’t hand over his valuables.

They say the suspects hit the man and took his wallet, watch and the keys to his Mercedes-Benz and fled, along with the two women who had been in the home.

Police say they conducted some searches and found items that had been stolen from the man.

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