Toronto Maple Leafs star Mitch Marner carjacked at gunpoint, per report

Toronto Maple Leafs star Mitch Marner was robbed at gunpoint Monday night in a parking lot. The right winger's car was stolen.

Just 48 hours after being eliminated from the NHL playoffs, Marner and a friend were at a movie theater in Toronto when three mask-wearing suspects – two with handguns and one with a knife – approached the car and told Marner that they wanted the vehicle.

"Go ahead and take it," Marner, 25, said according to Toronto Sun.

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Toronto police shared a description of the event on their social media without naming Marner as the victim.

CARJACKING:
The Queensway + Islington Av
* 7:46 pm *
– Man robbed of car
– Black Range Rover
– 3 suspects
– 2 with handguns, 1 with a knife
– Suspects have fled in the Range Rover
– Police searching area#GO919574
^dh pic.twitter.com/Yg7tqwa45P

— Toronto Police Operations (@TPSOperations) May 16, 2022

The Sun reported that Marner and his friends did not have a gun pointed directly at their heads and the suspects only wanted the Ranger Rover.

The three suspects are still at large.

"He's doing all right," an unnamed person who was on the scene told the Sun of Marner.

Contact Analis Bailey at [email protected] or on Twitter @analisbailey.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Mitch Marner, Toronto Maple Leafs star, carjacked at gunpoint

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