Two victims are in hospitals following four separate shootings in Toronto on Monday night.
According to Toronto Police, the first of the shootings occurred near Midland Avenue and St. Clair Avenue.
A man was found suffering “serious injuries” after being shot in the area. He was taken to hospital.
Police say the suspect, and other males, fled in a black or dark grey car.
Shortly after, police responded to multiple callers reporting multiple gunshots at Humber Boulevard and Weston Road.
Officers at the scene searched the area and located multiple shell casings, as well as “signs of an injury.” No victim was located at the time, and police are investigating.
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About an hour later, police responded to a shooting at Attwell Drive and Carlson Court where there were reports of a man shot in a parking lot.
Police located a victim suffering gunshot wounds, and say the injuries of the victim were serious but not life threatening.
The suspect allegedly fled in a light or sky blue car. He is described as white, short, skinny and wearing a baseball cap with a dark jacket with “BMW” on the back.
The final shooting occurred near Willowdale Avenue and Byng Avenue after 11 pm.
According to investigators, shots were fired through a residence window. No injuries were reported, but officers found shell casings. Police are investigating.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-2200, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477).