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Suspected thieves target PIN pads at Toronto Tim Hortons

That'll be a double-double and a PIN pad — to go.

Two men are in custody after being caught trying to steal a debit machine PIN pad at a Tim Hortons in east Toronto.

Police say officers spotted the pair at a Tim Hortons at Markham Road and Kingston Road early this morning.

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The bandits were in the drive-thru line when officers saw them and it was there the two were arrested.

Police say the thieves hit five other locations and were in possession of a number of PIN pads at the time of their arrest.

Both men are to appear in court later today.

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