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Thursday, June 14, 2018 was a beautiful summer day in Toronto. Just like thousands of others across the city, about 15 children were playing in their community playground, in the McCowan Road and Steeles Avenue area of Scarborough.
At approximately 5 p.m., two men stepped out of a car in a nearby parking lot, pulled out handguns, and started shooting at the playground, firing as many as 10 rounds. Two sisters, aged five and nine, were shot; the younger one in the abdomen and the older one in the leg. Both were rushed to the Hospital for Sick Children and underwent multiple surgeries. Although they have both recovered from their physical injuries, the girls continue to suffer from the psychological effects of the shooting, and the residents of this close-knit community are still traumatized.
Toronto Police Service investigators identified three suspects in this senseless shooting. The first two suspects were apprehended in 2018.
The last suspect at large, T’Quan Robertson, is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for numerous charges including attempted murder and aggravated assault. Robertson is from Toronto and has numerous connections in the Greater Toronto Area. He is also known as “Top Gunna.”
Robertson must be considered armed and dangerous. Anyone offering him assistance in evading arrest may be considered an accessory after the fact.