Should Ontario have a pay first policy at the pumps?
There are renewed calls for a pay-first policy at the pumps in Ontario following the death
of a Toronto gas station attendant in an alleged gas and dash.
Liberal Mike Colle says he's working on a private member's bill that would force drivers to
pay they start filling the tank.
Colle says he's heard from some in the industry that employees are commonly penalized
for losses due to theft, even though it's against the law.
Progressive Conservative transportation critic Frank Klees says he'd prefer gasoline retailers
adopt a pre-pay system voluntarily, rather than imposing it through legislation.
Toronto police are looking for a 39-year-old man wanted on a second-degree murder charge in
the incident, which claimed the life of a 44-year-old man.
Jayesh Prajapati was hit Saturday night after a motorist driving a four-door S-U-V had filled up his tank with 112 dollars worth of gas and left the station without paying.
Investigators are urging Max Edwin Tutiven of Toronto to turn himself in to police, saying they
believe he may have gone to Montreal.