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Toronto police search Lake Ontario after capsized boat found, but no boater

A man tries his luck fishing in the calm Lake Ontario waters in Humber Bay in Toronto on March 28, 2013.

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Crews are back on the waters off Marie Curtis Park (near Brown's Line and Lakeshore) in the city's west end today.

A four-metre fibreglass boat was found capsized in the lake on Sunday evening but a search of the water found no sign of anyone.

Investigators say the key in the ignition was switched on and the throttle was completely open.

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The vessel also had two life preservers left on board.

The boat is described as black and white with an older 65-horsepower Evinrude outboard motor.

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