Canada Man shot at Sheridan Mall in critical condition

09:40  30 september  2017
09:40  30 september  2017 Source:   Toronto Star

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Paramedics have rushed a man in his 20s to hospital after he was shot at the North York shopping centre.

A man is in critical condition after a shooting outside a North York mall on Friday night. It happened just before 8 p.m. behind North York Sheridan Mall at Jane Street and Wilson Avenue. Paramedics took the man to a trauma centre with life-threatening injuries.

A man in his 20s has been rushed to hospital after being shot at Sheridan Mall in North York. It is the second shooting at the shopping centre in a month. © Provided by Toronto Star A man in his 20s has been rushed to hospital after being shot at Sheridan Mall in North York. It is the second shooting at the shopping centre in a month.

A man in his 20s has been rushed to hospital in critical condition after he was shot at North York’s Sheridan Mall.

According to Toronto Police, the male was shot many times and was found at the mall’s rear entrance, at Jane St. and Wilson Ave. Police were called to the scene just after 7:50 Friday evening.

It’s the second shooting at the mall in a month. Jovane Clarke, 22, was shot and killed inside Sheridan Mall on Sept. 1. Police said he was chased into the mall by four people, at least two of whom opened fire. Paramedics said Clarke suffered gunshot wounds to the head, and died on scene.

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The next day, another man, Awad Hurre, 34, was shot and killed at Tandridge Cres. and Arcot Blvd. near Braeburn Woods Day Care Centre. Police said they were seeking possible links between the two deadly shootings.

Const. Jenifferjit Sidhu says that it is too early in the investigation to say whether the latest incident is related, however police are looking into all possibilities.

Sidhu added that police are with the victim, and have started to look at mall security footage.

Police said they had no leads on suspects.

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