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Police seek info in shootings

<p>This past weekend was a flurry of bullets and murders: Four dead and several wounded in four separate homicides across the city.</p>




Lucas Oleniuk/Torstar News Service


Lorna Brown hugs a portrait of her dead son, Ephraim Brown, 11, as her sister, Ingred Osborne, left, wipes away tears in a kitchen full of mourning family members yesterday. Ephraim Brown was killed Sunday during a gang-related shootout.





This past weekend was a flurry of bullets and murders: Four dead and several wounded in four separate homicides across the city.





Police identified one of Sunday’s fatalities, a man shot in the Entertainment District at the corner of Duncan Street and Adelaide Street West, as Amin Aafi, 24.





Police said Sunday they will be reviewing surveillance camera footage shot from the corner of Duncan and Adelaide.





Police are also searching for leads in a separate weekend homicide in St. Jamestown, near Bloor and Sherbourne streets.





On Sunday, shortly before 2 a.m., police responded to a shooting at a Bleecker Street apartment called The Hamilton, and found a man who later died at a hospital from gunshot wounds.





Police said a Beck taxi had glided up beside the man outside of the building. Shots were fired from at least one of the cab’s passengers.


 
 
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