Six shots fired into downtown Toronto apartment
Toronto police are looking for gunmen after shots were fired into an apartment in a downtown community housing complex.
The shooter fired at least six rounds into the door of an apartment near Dundas Street and Spadina Avenue just before 11 p.m., said Toronto police Const. Wendy Drummond. Some of the bullets made it into the apartment but no one was injured, she told CTV.ca.
Shell casings littered the street in front of the complex.
Two suspects were seen shortly afterward, running from the scene on foot.
Drummond said two adults and four children were inside the unit at the time of the shooting.
"I could have just lost my whole family," a woman who lives in the apartment told CTV Toronto on Tuesday night.
The Denison Avenue housing complex, located southwest of Dundas and Spadina, has seen its share of gun violence in the past, said Drummond. There have been no recent shootings reported in the neighbourhood, she said.