Six people have been injured following a shooting at a Toronto bakery.
According to the Toronto Police Service, officers responded to a shooting in the Eglinton Avenue West and Dufferin Street area at 2:04 am on September 2.
“When police arrived on the scene, people were located at a location which is a bakery, and a restaurant in that area,” said police in a statement.
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It is reported that six people were located with gun shot injuries and were all taken to hospital.
But all have “non-life threatening injuries.”
Police say a vehicle was seen in the area where the firearms where discharged from.
“Police would like to speak to witnesses or any one who has security camera footage of the shooting.”
Councillor Josh Matlow also commented on the shooting, calling it “horrifying.”
“Gang violence in Toronto must be addressed. I’ve reached out to the police & will speak with the mayor today.”
The shooting at Spence’s Bakery is horrifying. Gang violence in Toronto must be addressed. I’ve reached out to the police & will speak with the mayor today. I’m also hosting meeting soon with community leaders, BIA & city staff to focus on several ways to support the neighborhood
— Josh Matlow (@JoshMatlow) September 2, 2020
Anyone with information is asked to contact 416-808-1300.