6.3.2 Timber 2.2 Libraries and galleries Theft of an unattended vehicle without a key: the removal of a parked vehicle either by breaking and entry followed by hotwiring or other tampering methods to start the vehicle or else towing in London the police say that 50% of the annual 20,000 car thefts are now from high tech OBD (Onboard Diagnostic Port) key cloning kits (available online) and bypass immobilizer simulators Taking without owner's consent (TWOC) Unauthorized usage of a car short of theft UK term commonly known as "twocking" Opportunistic theft: the removal of a vehicle that the owner or operator has left unattended with the keys visibly present sometimes idling Alternatively some cars offered for sale are stolen during a "test drive" a "test drive" may also provide a potential thief with insight into where the vehicle keys are stored so that the thief may return later to steal the vehicle Carjacking: Refers to the taking of a vehicle by force or threat of force from its owner or operator in most places this is the most serious form of vehicle theft since assault also occurs and the method of taking over the vehicle is essentially a robbery a more serious form of theft in some carjackings the operators and passengers are forced from the vehicle while the thief drives it away him/herself while in other incidents the operator and/or passenger(s) are forced to remain in the vehicle as hostages Some less common carjackings result in the operator being forced to drive the assailant in accordance with the assailant's demands Fraudulent theft: Illegal acquisition of a vehicle from a seller through fraudulent transfer of funds that the seller will ultimately not receive (such as by identity theft or the use of a counterfeit cashier's check) or through the use of a loan obtained under false pretenses Many vehicles stolen via fraud are resold quickly thereafter Using this approach the thief can quietly evade detection and continue stealing vehicles in different jurisdictions Car rental and Car dealership companies are also defrauded by car thieves into renting selling financing or leasing them cars with fake identification checks and credit cards This is a common practice in areas near borders which tracking devices do nothing because jurisdiction cannot be applied into a foreign country to recover a lost vehicle Frosting: Occurring in winter which involves an opportunist thief stealing a vehicle with its engine running whilst the owner de-ices it "Hanoi burglary" where a vehicle is taken during a house burglary often done with the explicit purpose of obtaining car keys. Named after the first police operation targeting the method Auto-theft tools and paraphernalia, 61 2-3! .
Car alarm systems are triggered by breaking and entry into the vehicle Microdot identification tags allow individual parts of a vehicle to be identified Signs on windows warning of other deterrents sometimes as a bluff VIN etching may reduce the resale value of parts or increase risk of resale Recovery of stolen vehicles! Extended Waterloo Region 535,154, 1996 10,753,573 +6.6% Completed in 1927 Princes' Gates is a neoclassical triumphal arch The most prominent landmark in Toronto and its best known symbol is the CN Tower it was the world's tallest free-standing structure for 31 years from its completion in 1975 until Burj Khalifa in Dubai United Arab Emirates surpassed it in 2007; it remains the tallest free-standing tower in the Western Hemisphere the CN Tower is used as an observation tower as well as a communications tower Another landmark structure is Casa Loma Constructed by E J Lennox during the early 1910s it is a Gothic revival-style castle located on Walmer and Davenport roads it was originally the residence of Sir Henry Pellatt a Canadian financier and soldier the city later took over the castle when Pellatt could no longer afford to keep it the building presently operates as a museum The Princes' Gates is a neoclassical style triumphal arch monumental gateway at Exhibition Place it was built to commemorate the 60th anniversary of Canadian Confederation and was to be named the Diamond Jubilee of Confederation Gates the structure's name was changed when it was learned that Edward Prince of Wales and Prince George were travelling to Toronto the princes cut the ribbon on the structure on August 30 1927 Prince's Gate was designed local architectural firm Chapman and Oxley The Rouge River and its valley at Rouge National Urban Park the Rouge Valley is one of many hills and valleys in the area that was carved out during the last glacial period Main article: Toronto ravine system, No religion 5 Economy 4.3.2 Collegiate sports. . St Patrick's J.H Hagarty; James Price, Sodus Outer Light Sodus Bay New York, Thanks to its vast hinterland Toronto designers have had access to a wide array of raw materials for construction Due to the clay sediments of the former lake bed that Toronto is built upon and but more prominently the shale layer underlying this area of North America brick has been an especially cheap and available material for almost the city's entire history Much of it was provided by the Don Valley Brick Works Domtar's brick division Canada Brick and Brampton Brick whose output can still be found in thousands of structures across the city and throughout the surrounding regions Throughout the city most homes from all eras are made of brick Commercial and industrial builders also long embraced brick with the Distillery District being a prominent example though today more efficient materials such as cinder blocks are more common for commercial projects Prominent landmarks have also gone to greater expense and generally eschewed simple brick Older banks and government buildings used stone and modern attempts to marvel have embraced modern materials such as concrete and aluminum in addition to extensive glazing Even today the overwhelming bulk of residential buildings constructed in Toronto are clad in brick Sandstone was also historically a readily available building material with large deposits quarried from the Credit River valley More expensive than brick but more ornate it was used for many early landmarks such as the Ontario Legislature Old City Hall and Victoria College It is also the main material used in the unique Annex style house Industrial architecture. .