Fatal shooting at Oakwood and Vaughan, police identify victim – CP24 Torontos Breaking News

Fatal shooting at Oakwood and Vaughan, police identify victim - CP24 Toronto\s Breaking News
Police identify man who died after shooting in west end Toronto
Police have identified the victim of last nights fatal shooting at Oakwood and Vaughan as 42-year-old Craig Campbell of Toronto.

Toronto police received several reports of gunshots being fired at 1:42 a.m. this morning in the area of Oakwood Avenue and Vaughan Road.

Toronto Homicide Units Detective Aaron Akeson told media that police were able to get to him quickly, because they were already in the area.

Akeson said that police are aware that there was an event near the area, and police are looking for witnesses.

Its scary to work here on the weekend nights, and its scary for the residents of the neighbourhood.

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Police said a 42-year-old was shot and killed in the Oakwood-Vaughan area early Saturday morning. (Toronto police)

One person is dead following a shooting at Oakwood and Vaughan last night, the second shooting the area has seen in less than a month.

There’s no word on any suspects at this time, but police say a dark-coloured SUV was seen fleeing the area after the shooting.

Toronto police have identified a man who died after he was shot while walking on a sidewalk in the west end early Saturday.

The shooting happened on Oakwood Avenue south of Vaughan Road. Police officers in the area heard gunfire at about 1:40 a.m. and rushed to the scene. Callers also reported hearing the sounds of gunshots.

Toronto paramedics rushed him to a trauma centre through an emergency run. He was without vital signs and he was pronounced dead in hospital.

Police taped off the area as officers collected evidence at the scene and looked for surveillance camera footage from nearby businesses.

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