Police requesting public assistance in providing video of November shooting

December 15, 2017   ·   0 Comments

By Brian Lockhart

The Orangeville Police service are asking for the public’s assistance in providing any private video surveillance that may have been recorded at Orange Mill Court on Monday, November 27.

Police continue to investigate what has been described as a ‘targeted shooting’ in the townhouse complex.

A man in his early 50’s was was found with multiple gunshot wounds after neighbours called police to report hearing gunshots in the area at around 9:30 p.m.

Witness reported seeing a vehicle fleeing the area.

The victim was reported as expecting to make a full recovery after initial reports indicated he received life threatening wounds.

Officers from the Police Service’s Criminal Investigation Bureau continue to follow leads and interview witnesses and have been conducting door to door canvassing of residences in the area.

“We are interested in viewing any videos, whether taken by someone on their cell phone or footage from a security camera to determine if the content includes any information that would assist us with our investigation,” said Staff Sergeant Lindsay White.

Officers have left flyers at residences where they could not reach anyone urging people to contact Orangeville Police if they have video footage that may relate to this incident.

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