Two people have been killed and at least 12 are injured after a gunman opened fire in Toronto, Canada's Greektown neighborhood. Click through to see devastating photos from the tragedy.
The suspect, who police have identified as a 29-year-old man, opened fire shortly after 10p.m. in Greektown on Danforth Avenue, which is an area filled with popular restaurants, cafes and stores.
The gunman, who was dressed in all black, walked up to a restaurant window and shot through the glass with his handgun, call phone video reveals. He targeted at least two cafes during the rampage.
At least fourteen people were shot in the massacre. A young woman died in the hospital on Sunday night, police say. An 8-or-9-year-old girl is in critical condition. Police have not released the identity of the second person killed.
Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders told reporters how the gunman was killed during "an exchange of gunfire" with police. He was pronounced dead on the scene.
Police are looking for a motive. John Tory, who is the Mayor of Toronto, told the public not to "draw any conclusions" about the shooting. He tweeted, "On behalf of all Toronto residents, I am outraged that someone has unleashed such a terrible attack on our city and people innocently enjoying a Sunday evening. While our city will always be resilient in the face of such attacks, it does not mean such a cowardly act committed against our residents is any less painful – this is an attack against innocent families and our entire city."
During a press conference, Tory insisted that guns are "too readily available to too many people" in Toronto.
Witness Jody Steinhauer told CBC that the gunshots sounded like 10 to 15 firecracker blasts. "We started to hear people scream out front," she said.
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