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UPDATE: Police search for suspect after Vaughan shooting
The man was shot while in his car and was rushed to hospital with non-life threatening injuries
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The victim was rushed to hospital early Thursday
(Tom Stefanac/CP24)

Police in York Region want your tips to help solve a shooting in Vaughan.

Gun shots rang out around 4:00am Thursday on Convoy Crescent, near Jane and Major Mackenzie Drive.

Authorities found the victim in the parking lot of a grocery store about 2 kilometres away, sitting beside a black Mercedes.

Police say the 38-year old man able to drive away, leaving a trail of debris.

The vehicle had heavy damage after colliding with the curb and a parked car.

Bullet holes could be seen in the driver-side window.

The man is now in hospital in stable condition and police say his injuries are non-life-threatening.

Cst. Andy Pattenden with York Regional Police says investigators believe the shooting was not a random act and that the driver was the target.

Anyone who saw what happened should call police or Crime Stoppers.

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The victim was rushed to hospital early Thursday
(Tom Stefanac/CP24)

Police in York Region want your tips to help solve a shooting in Vaughan.

Gun shots rang out around 4:00am Thursday on Convoy Crescent, near Jane and Major Mackenzie Drive.

Authorities found the victim in the parking lot of a grocery store about 2 kilometres away, sitting beside a black Mercedes.

Police say the 38-year old man able to drive away, leaving a trail of debris.

The vehicle had heavy damage after colliding with the curb and a parked car.

Bullet holes could be seen in the driver-side window.

The man is now in hospital in stable condition and police say his injuries are non-life-threatening.

Cst. Andy Pattenden with York Regional Police says investigators believe the shooting was not a random act and that the driver was the target.

Anyone who saw what happened should call police or Crime Stoppers.

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