Additional details in hit-and-run killing

The Toronto Police have released more details in the hit-and-run killing of a man near Crossroads Plaza last week. They say that at around 11 p.m., Saturday, January 22, the driver of a black 2004–2005 BMW 3-series sedan was driving northbound. He struck a pedestrian and did not remain at the scene.

The same car was seen about 15 minutes later near Weston and Lawrence.

They police also say the car will have damage to the front passenger headlight and right-turn assembly, a missing passenger-side mirror, a broken or missing grille insert, and a broken windshield on the passenger side.

A similar car with areas of damage highlighted. Image from the police

The police are asking for dashcam or security camera footage from anyone who was in the area.

The car in question. Image from the police.

Man struck and killed

A 52-year-old man was struck and killed in a hit and run on Saturday night at around 11 p.m..

The police say that he was crossing Weston Road near Dee Avenue when he was struck by a “dark or black vehicle driving northbound on Weston Road”. The driver did not remain at the scene. The pedestrian died in hospital.

The police are asking for help locating the “driver of a dark BMW with front end damage to the bumper, head light and side mirror.” If you have security or dash-cam footage, they would like you to contact them.

From Google Maps

Victim identified, car photographed

Toronto Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a car seen fleeing the murder at Crossroads plaza on Saturday.

A black Lexus SUV was seen “driving aggressively away from the scene in the area of 2625 Weston Road at approximately 3:40 p.m.” The police ask for anyone with information or dashcam footage to contact the investigators.

The police also identified the victim: Mathio Youkhanna, 24, of Toronto.

Man murdered at Crossroads

A man was killed yesterday in a brazen daylight shooting yesterday. It happened at about 3:45 p.m. in the Crossroads plaza near the 401.

According to CP24, the killing happened near the Tim Horton’s. The man was shot in his car and pronounced dead at the scene.

It was the third fatal shooting of the day in Toronto.

Police are asking for witnesses to come forward.