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Gunfire rang out in the Evans Ave. and Brown's Line area
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The Toronto Police Homicide squad are investigating a shooting in the City's west end overnight.

Police were called at 10:32 on Sunday night to an area near Brown's Line and Evans Avenue in Etobicoke, for the sound of gunshots.

Officers found one man in his late 20's shot in the head.

He was sitting inside his Toyota Camry near Bisset Lane, and photographs have surfaced online, showing police marking off a number of bullet casings laying on the ground outside of the car.

Police say a number of suspects took off in a silver car, possibly headed towards the QEW and 427.

The victim's name hasn't yet been released.

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The Toronto Police Homicide squad are investigating a shooting in the City's west end overnight.

Police were called at 10:32 on Sunday night to an area near Brown's Line and Evans Avenue in Etobicoke, for the sound of gunshots.

Officers found one man in his late 20's shot in the head.

He was sitting inside his Toyota Camry near Bisset Lane, and photographs have surfaced online, showing police marking off a number of bullet casings laying on the ground outside of the car.

Police say a number of suspects took off in a silver car, possibly headed towards the QEW and 427.

The victim's name hasn't yet been released.

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