Tuesday , January 18 2022

He was attempted to shoot the murder on two beach at the weekend



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The Toronto Police has taken two men in the attempted murder, sending them two days to the victim in the pool in the hospital.

The police responded about two hours. Sunday, Queen St. E. and Woodbine Ave. They reported on the evening gunshot and found two men in their 20-year-old wound. They were taken to the hospital and expected recovery.

The Toronto police responded on Sunday for two hours. Reporters of the beach gunshot and wounded 20 men. The police have left the court for investigation, that is, Queen St. E. and Elmer Ave.
The Toronto police responded on Sunday for two hours. Reporters of the beach gunshot and wounded 20 men. The police have left the court for investigation, that is, Queen St. E. and Elmer Ave. (Tanis Fowler / Toronto Star)

The police also discovered the scene of hiding places and three firearms.

News on Monday, the police said the incident began at the intersection of Kingston Rd. and Woodbine, where Mercedes stopped behind an Audi, at the intersection. A suspicious man left Mercedes, he approached the Audi passenger and thought he was shooting. Then he went south to the south-east of the district.

Following the shooting, Mercedes steered her and, shortly afterwards, with Queen, to the east of Woodbine. Four men ran from Mercedes.

The driver of the airline stopped negotiating before Woodbine towards Queen.

Residents said Star's shoot was "unheard" and "flabbergasted" according to the daytime event.

The two men fleeing Mercedes have been arrested and arrested by the police, but the police say they are pursuing two suspects.

Ajmain Rahman, 21, and Rodrigues Sendia, 20, are both trying to kill him without permission and firearms. Sendia also failed to meet the probationary.

The police spokeswoman, Katrina Arrogante, said they appeared in the two suspects court on Monday morning.

The police require information about the event, including any photo, video or dashcam footage, call 416-808-5500 or Crimen Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-8477.

Ilya Bañares is a news article, in the Strato radio station in Toronto. Follow on Twitter: @ilyaoverseas

Rhianna Jackson-Kelso is a reporter for news, working at the Starre Radio station in Toronto. Follow on Twitter: @RhiannaJK

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