CBC NEWS – Toronto police have released new details about a suspect in the shooting death of a 47-year-old man.
Andrew Surage of Toronto, a father of five, was shot Oct. 5 outside an unlicensed after-hours club in the Weston Road and Rogers Road area.
Man shot dead during robbery in Toronto
Police say he was shot after he came to the aid of a friend who was being robbed.
Surage died of a gunshot wound to his chest.
Police describe the suspect as a non-white male with light skin between five feet, 10 inches and six feet tall, with a muscular build and black curly hair.
“All three of these people are considered persons of interest,” said Det.-Sgt. Graham Gibson.
All four arrived at the scene in the same vehicle, he said Thursday. At least one of them had witnessed the robbery of Surage’s friend, Gibson added.
Surage came to Canada from St. Lucia many years ago. Police are appealing to witnesses and the persons of interest to come forward and assist in the investigation.