Toronto police have identified the victim in a deadly shooting in Etobicoke Saturday night as 36-year-old Tresor Tresor Kininga.
Emergency crews were called to a Toronto Community Housing complex in the area of Windermere Avenue and Swansea Mews, north of The Queensway, at 7:45 p.m. for reports of gunfire.
Police arrived to find the man in a car, without vital signs and suffering from at least one gunshot wound, according to Sgt. Kevin Van Schubert of Toronto Police Service's 11 Division.
The driver's side window of the car was shot out, police said.
Toronto paramedics performed CPR and rushed the man to St. Michael's Hospital in life-threatening condition. Less than three hours later, police said the man had died of his injuries.
Investigators canvassed a low-rise community housing complex in the west end on Sunday for witnesses and surveillance camera video.
Officers reopened the road where the shooting occurred and removed the victim's vehicle as part of the investigation.
Van Schubert said police do not know the motive for the shooting and that there is no evidence to suggest it was a targeted shooting.
"It doesn't look like he was in the neighbourhood for any nefarious reason. It looks like he was legitimately there," he said.
Homicide detectives have taken over the case. Police say a vehicle was seen leaving the scene.
No suspect information has been released.
Investigators are asking anyone with information or who may have video or dashcam images to contact police at 416-808-7400 or leave an anonymous tip with Crime Stoppers by calling 416-222-8477.