The suspect, identified as Stefanos Liakopoulos, was initially arrested and charged in an assault causing bodily harm investigation in January. Liakopoulos is described as bald, about five-foot-three and lbs.
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Police seek 'violent and dangerous' man believed to have cut off GPS device Stefanos Liakopoulos, 40, is shown in this handout photo. Toronto Police Service.
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