TORONTO, Ont. – The former executive director the Salvation Army’s north Toronto warehouse has now been charged in the alleged theft of thousands of toys and donations from the charity.

Toronto police said David Rennie, 51, who surrendered to police at around 9:30 a.m., has been charged with theft, possession of stolen goods and breach of trust. He will appear in court on Jan. 4, 2013.

Rennie was fired last week after it was discovered that $2-million in toys was stolen from the warehouse near Victoria Park and Lawrence avenues over 24 months.

Police said they are looking for another suspect.

At a news conference, Monday, Toronto police said a significant amount of the stolen toys has been recovered.

Maj. John Murray, with the Salvation Army said he is grateful for their hard work.

“We’re very pleased to know that the public who donated these goods, their kindness will certainly go to the intended purpose,” Maj. Murray said.

Investigators said among the missing items they recovered were bikes donated by Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty, stacked in the warehouse’s washroom. They were supposed to be delivered to a summer camp run by the Salvation Army.

A total of four search warrants were issued in the recovery of the stolen property. One-hundred-and-fifty skids of items were found — enough to fill three tractor-trailers.