A spokesman detailed the case at a news conference. Image Credit: Toronto Police Service
Police are attempting to find out who built an elaborate tunnel near the venue for the Pan Am Games.
The extensive underground structure was first discovered back in January, but having been unable to solve the mystery of who constructed it and why the police have now revealed all known details of the case in an effort to appeal for more information.
The tunnel, which has now been filled in, is not thought to have posed any danger to the Pan Am Games venue despite being built only a short distance away on York University's Keele Campus.
The bunker measured 1.93m high, 86.4cm across and stretched for 10 meters under the ground. It had been built with some degree of skill by someone who obviously knew what they were doing.
It is believed that several people would have been involved in digging out the tunnel which was supported by wooden beams and even had its own electrical lighting installed.
No evidence has been found so far to suggest that those responsible had criminal intentions however its presence in the area has raised suspicions of possible foul play.
The news conference announcing the tunnel's discovery can be viewed below.