Suspects in shooting of 12-year-old-boy in Toronto may be connected to a shooting in Bradford: Toronto’s interim police chief

Police say the child, who was critically injured, was an innocent bystander

Two men in their 20s face numerous charges in connection with a brazen weekend shooting in Toronto that crtically injured a 12-year-old boy maybe connected to two other shootings, including one in Bradford.

Toronto’s interim police chief James Ramer says the suspects face a total of 28 charges in connection with Saturday’s gunfire that injured four people.

Police say the shooting began when two men ran toward a car and started firing at least 30 rounds.

Investigators say the boy was an innocent bystander.

The other three people who were injured have been released from hospital.