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Canada Police identify man killed in Scarborough triple shooting, 2 suspects sought

19:25  26 january  2020
19:25  26 january  2020 Source:   cbc.ca

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a truck is parked in front of a car: A Toronto police officer stands in between parked police vehicles following a triple shooting that left one man dead, another man seriously injured and a woman slightly injured on Saturday night. The man who died has been identified as Stephon Kelly, 28, of Toronto. © Jeremy Cohn/CBC A Toronto police officer stands in between parked police vehicles following a triple shooting that left one man dead, another man seriously injured and a woman slightly injured on Saturday night. The man who died has been identified as Stephon Kelly, 28, of Toronto.

Toronto police have identified a man killed in a triple shooting in Scarborough on Saturday night.

Stephon Kelly, 28, of Toronto, died in the area of Markham and Kingston roads at about 9 p.m., police said in a news release on Sunday. Police said Kelly suffered one gunshot wound.

Kelly is Toronto's sixth homicide victim of the year. Police have not released his photo.

Triple shooting in Scarborough leaves one dead, another critically injured

  Triple shooting in Scarborough leaves one dead, another critically injured One person is dead and another has been critically injured after a triple shooting in Scarborough, Toronto police say. Emergency crews were called to the area of Markham and Kingston roads around 9:20 p.m. for reports of gunfire. Insp. Jim Gottell said the shots are believed to have been fired inside a restaurant.Police say one man was shot in the chest and pronounced dead at the scene. A second man was shot in the head and rushed to a trauma centre.Both are believed to be in their early 20s.A female victim suffered a hand injury and was being treated at the scene.

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Toronto police have identified two men killed in a targeted shooting at an apartment building in Toronto’s Mt. Mohamud died on the scene. A third victim who was shot admitted himself to hospital and has non-life threatening gunshot wounds E. west of Kingston Rd. in Scarborough on Feb.

According to police, a man in his 50s and a woman in her 40s were taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries after the shooting.

Toronto paramedics said on Sunday that the man suffered serious injuries while the woman suffered minor injuries.

Police have not said whether the three people shot knew each other or not.

Shots were fired inside restaurant, police believe

Near the scene on Saturday night, Insp. Jim Gotell told reporters that police believe the shots were fired inside a restaurant.

On Saturday night, police taped off the area and there was a heavy police presence. There was also a canine team. Roads were closed for hours as officers investigated.

In the release, police said homicide detectives are now in charge of the investigation and officers are looking for at least two suspects who may have left the scene in a silver vehicle.

Anyone with information is urged to call police at (416) 808-4300 or (416) 808-7400, or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477).

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