Police determine man shot and killed close to Scarborough strip plaza


Police have recognized the person who was shot and killed at a strip plaza in Scarborough Monday evening.

Officers responded to a report of the sound of gunshots close to Lawrence Avenue East and Pharmacy Avenue at 7:08 p.m.

Once they arrived, they positioned an unconscious man affected by gunshot wounds close to an entrance to the plaza. Life-saving efforts had been carried out however the man was later pronounced lifeless on the scene.

Chatting with CP24 on the scene, Responsibility Insp. Ishmail Musah stated it was not but clear the place the pictures got here from as Toronto’s murder unit took carriage of the investigation.

Additionally unknown is whether or not or not the sufferer was a resident of the constructing above the plaza.

In a brand new launch issued Tuesday night, police recognized the person as 62-year-old Toronto resident Cam-Thanh Tat. A photograph of Tat has been launched by police.

No suspect data has been launched by police.

Investigators are asking anybody with details about the caseto contact police or Crime Stoppers.

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