Conservative management candidate Erin O’Toole’s marketing campaign says it has filed a proper criticism with police looking for an investigation of his rival Peter MacKay’s group.

In a launch late Friday, O’Toole’s marketing campaign says the criticism entails the theft of confidential marketing campaign and technique knowledge.

It says the O’Toole marketing campaign’s methods have been hacked earlier this week.

It names MacKay marketing campaign organizer Jamie Lall.

In a quick tweet, Lall stated not a single phrase of the allegation is true.

The O’Toole launch says particulars have been shared with RCMP, Ontario Provincial Police and Toronto police.

“We name on Peter MacKay and his group to instantly return and delete any stolen knowledge or movies presently in possession of workers and volunteers,” the O’Toole marketing campaign stated in a launch.

“We additional insist on swift co-operation from Mr. MacKay and his marketing campaign with the RCMP, OPP, and Toronto Police Service and the rapid termination of all concerned on this doubtlessly legal motion from their marketing campaign.”

The allegations come after MacKay, O’Toole and fellow candidates Leslyn Lewis and Derek Sloan squared off in two management debates this week.

The debates will possible be the ultimate face-off between all 4 candidates earlier than the ballots are despatched out to social gathering members early subsequent month.

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