640 Toronto Posts Bounty For Arrest Of Mystery ShooterToronto ON from Darren Wasylyk
http://www.milkmanunlimited.com/tunedin.htm reports that 640 TORONTO morning host, John Oakley announced Friday morning that 640 TORONTO has posted a two thousand dollar reward for information that leads to the arrest of the person(s) responsible for shooting two innocent women in the King and Jarvis area this past Wednesday night.
The announcement was made during a radio interview with Detective Jeff Zammit from Crimestoppers on the Oakley show early this morning. Zammit was in studio to discuss the story and advised that although there were people near the area at the time of the shooting, there still had not been any solid leads in the case what-so-ever.
“A couple of small tips have come in so far”, said Zammit. “But, the bottom line is that the investigators really don’t have anything to go on so far”.
The bizarre case, in which a volley of gunshots were fired around 8:10pm on Wednesday night, claimed two female victims who were shot while walking in the area of George Street between Front and King . The two women, both in their twenties, were shot in separate incidents, one block apart. Both received treatment at St. Michael’s Hospital and are recovering from bullet wounds.
“These were innocent victims”, said Oakley. “Something like this could happen to any one of us. We have to catch these guys and put them behind bars and I’ll put up two grand as a reward for the person who comes forward with the tip that leads Crimestoppers to the arrest of those responsible”.
Zammit accepted the offer and clarified that any information given to Crimestoppers is strictly confidential and done anonymously.
“We just want your tip, we don’t want your name”, Zammit explained.“We’ll take the information, give you a tip number and ask you to call back in 4 to 6 weeks. If your information leads to the apprehension of the criminals, we’ll make arrangements to get you your reward”.
Any Citizen with information about the shootings can call Crimestoppers in confidence at (416) 222-TIPS.
To date, Police investigators have found virtually no clues as to who fired the gun, how many shots were fired, or where the criminals were located during the shootings.
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