Police say a 21-year-old man is dead and a boy and a woman were wounded in a shooting in downtown Toronto.
Police Chief Mark Saunders says the “brazen” shooting happened shortly after 4 p-m.
Saunders says the two males were targeted and the woman was an innocent bystander.
Police originally said the dead man was 16.
The wounded include a 15-year-old boy and a 27-year-old woman.
Both are expected to recover.
Saunders says shots were fired from a car as a group of people walked across a street.
There were reports of people screaming and running from the scene near the intersection of King and Peter streets.
Saunders says police have recovered one firearm and were searching for suspects in a blue vehicle.
He says police are confident they will solve the case because of the amount of evidence they have already collected.
He noted investigators will have access to images from video cameras in the area.
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