A 12-year-old boy who received a gunshot wound in North York died in hospital

A 12-year-old boy who was shot and wounded in North York last weekend died in hospital, CP24 reports.

Shots were fired at the parking lot of a building located at the intersection of Jane Street and Stong Court.

Two cars arrived at the parking lot. Two passengers got out of the car and began shooting at the passengers of another car. Gunshot wound was received by a 12-year-old boy, who was walking along Jane Street with his mother.

The boy was taken to hospital in critical condition. On Wednesday he died from his injuries and his mother was not injured. The investigators reported that the boy and his mother went out to the store.

Three teenagers were injured as a result of the shooting. The victims were discharged from the hospital.

On Monday evening law enforcement officers detained Rushon Chambers, 24, from Toronto, and Ceyhuain Smart, 25. Three pistols were confiscated from the detainees. The defendants were charged with a total of 59 counts, including attempted murder. When it became known that a 12-year-old boy had died in hospital, police accused Chambers and Smart of murder.

CCTV cameras installed at the scene of the shooting helped police identify the suspects. Police are looking for a third suspect who was driving a car at the time of the shooting.

Investigators believe that the shooting was planned in advance and that the child was a random victim. The motive for the crime is related to the activities of organized criminal groups.

A 12-year-old boy who was shot and wounded in North York last weekend died in hospital, CP24 reports.

Shots were fired at the parking lot of a building located at the intersection of Jane Street and Stong Court.

Two cars arrived at the parking lot. Two passengers got out of the car and began shooting at the passengers of another car. Gunshot wound was received by a 12-year-old boy, who was walking along Jane Street with his mother.

The boy was taken to hospital in critical condition. On Wednesday he died from his injuries and his mother was not injured. The investigators reported that the boy and his mother went out to the store.

Three teenagers were injured as a result of the shooting. The victims were discharged from the hospital.

On Monday evening law enforcement officers detained Rushon Chambers, 24, from Toronto, and Ceyhuain Smart, 25. Three pistols were confiscated from the detainees. The defendants were charged with a total of 59 counts, including attempted murder. When it became known that a 12-year-old boy had died in hospital, police accused Chambers and Smart of murder.

CCTV cameras installed at the scene of the shooting helped police identify the suspects. Police are looking for a third suspect who was driving a car at the time of the shooting.

Investigators believe that the shooting was planned in advance and that the child was a random victim. The motive for the crime is related to the activities of organized criminal groups.

Chambers and Smart are suspected of involvement in two other shooting incidents. One case occurred three days before the shooting in North York, the other on November 7 in Brantford.

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