Three people have died after two separate shootings in opposite ends of Toronto Sunday night, police say.
A spokesperson told Global News emergency crews were first called to a plaza on Danforth Road near Saverin Street, north of Eglinton Avenue East, just after 10:35 p.m. with reports gunshots were fired.
After police and paramedics arrived, the two victims died a short time later.
In an update Monday evening, investigators identified the victims as 23-year-old Mohamed Moallim and 25-year-old Daniel Fung. Both men lived in Toronto.
The shooting was the second major one in less than a year at the same commercial complex. In late August, two people were seriously injured after they were shot outside a bar.
Meanwhile, at around 11:40 p.m., officers were called to a residential area off of Clearview Heights near Black Creek and Trethewey drives with reports people heard gunshots.
Police said a victim, later identified as 32-year-old Brendon Kirk Daley, walked to the street from a party behind an apartment building he was shot. Officers said Daley was found on a sidewalk and died a short time later after officers tried to perform life-saving actions.
As of early Monday, suspect information wasn’t released.
Meanwhile, anyone with information about either of the two shootings was asked to call police at 416-808-7400 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-8477.
— With files from Ryan Rocca