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Police identify man killed in brazen Etobicoke shooting

Toronto Police identified Odale Leslie, 28, of Mississauga, as the victim of a shooting in Etobicoke on Sunday afternoon.

Toronto Police have identified a man killed in a brazen daylight shooting in Etobicoke on Sunday.

Police said Monday that Odale Leslie, 28, of Mississauga, died in hospital after suffering from gunshot wounds. He is the 23rd homicide victim in Toronto this year.

Three others were also wounded in the shooting, including a man who is in life-threatening condition. The other two have non-life-threatening injuries.

When officers arrived, they found four people suffering from gunshot wounds. All four were rushed to hospital by paramedics.

Investigators said a man got out of a car and opened fire into another vehicle, striking several people.

Police also found bullet holes in nearby buildings.

Police believe a black sedan is involved in the Sunday shooting that left one man dead and three others injured.
Police believe a black sedan is involved in the Sunday shooting that left one man dead and three others injured. Photo by Handout /Toronto Police

A black, four-door sedan, possibly a 2014-18 Audi A6, is believed to be involved in the shooting, police said. No suspect information was released.

— with files from Sue-Ann Levy

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