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No arrests yet, after dog shot on the weekend in Toronto
Tonka was shot while being walked on Cornwall Street, near Dundas and the DVP on Saturday evening...
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Toronto Police are looking for a man who allegedly shot a dog over the weekend.

It happened on Cornwall Street in the area around Dundas and the Don Valley Parkway on Saturday evening just before 9:30.

Police say the woman walking her dog Tonka, an 11 month old American/English Bulldog cross, heard a loud bang, and shortly after, her dog started yelping.

Cops say there were several other people in the immediate area, and they started to run away.

A man, who police believe is a 'person of interest', was seen running away from the area, and the woman later noticed her dog had been shot.

The dog suffered serious injuries, and was taken to a veterinary hospital.

No humans were hurt.

Police are now looking for a black man with a thin build and long braided hair. He was last seen wearing dark clothing and a baseball hat.

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Toronto Police are looking for a man who allegedly shot a dog over the weekend.

It happened on Cornwall Street in the area around Dundas and the Don Valley Parkway on Saturday evening just before 9:30.

Police say the woman walking her dog Tonka, an 11 month old American/English Bulldog cross, heard a loud bang, and shortly after, her dog started yelping.

Cops say there were several other people in the immediate area, and they started to run away.

A man, who police believe is a 'person of interest', was seen running away from the area, and the woman later noticed her dog had been shot.

The dog suffered serious injuries, and was taken to a veterinary hospital.

No humans were hurt.

Police are now looking for a black man with a thin build and long braided hair. He was last seen wearing dark clothing and a baseball hat.

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Police say he was pronounced dead at the scene