String of extortions threatening South Asian businesses with violence are linked, police say

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Last December, two partners at an Ontario car dealership received a threatening WhatsApp call, demanding they either give the caller hundreds of thousands of dollars, or face an attack on their business.

They were unsure of what to make of the call, but two days later, as one of the partners made his customary walk around the lot of their dealership just outside Toronto, they learned the message was no prank.

“I felt something under my shoes and then saw bullet shells. So I looked around. I saw more than 30, 40 bullet shells all over the place,” said one of the partners. CBC News has

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