Teen arrested, 2 men wanted in connection with shooting in Toronto: police – Toronto
Police say a teenager has been arrested in connection with a shooting in Toronto.
In a press release, Toronto police said at 11 a.m. on May 12, officers received reports of a shooting in Victoria Park Avenue and the Parkwoods Village Drive area.
Police said a 17-year-old male student returned to his parked car in the school parking lot.
Officers said two cars pulled up next to him and one of the occupants is believed to have started shooting at the boy.
Police said he was driving “while being chased by a gray Mazda and its occupants continued to shoot at him.”
According to the statement, the boy continued to drive and contacted police.
Officers said the teenager was lying nearby and was taken to hospital in a non-life-threatening condition.
Police said on May 18, officers executed search warrants in the area of Markham Road and East Eglinton Avenue, as well as at Kennedy Road and the Antrim Crescent area.
Police say a 17-year-old boy from Toronto has been arrested and is currently facing a number of charges including robbery with a firearm and shooting with intent to endanger life.
According to police, he appeared in court on Thursday.
Officers are currently searching for Kody Lim, 19, of no fixed address, and Zuhib Mohamed, 20, of Toronto.
Police said Lim had a thin build and dark hair.
Mohamed is also thin, has dark hair and has a chipped tooth.
Anyone with information or possibly surveillance footage of the area is asked to contact police.
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