Man shot outside Brampton Tim Hortons dies

Six days after a man was shot outside a Brampton Tim Hortons, police say a man has died from his injuries.

Officers went to the restaurant near Yonge and Dundas avenues on September 12 for a report of a shooting. Two days later, police said the victim, Shiquan Nash, 28, had been discharged from hospital.

Now, police have removed the services of the Major Crimes unit and Homicide Unit to take over the investigation.

“I would like to recognize the hard work of all of our personnel assigned to the investigation,” Inspector Wayne Rideout of the Greater Toronto Police Service said in a statement. “I’d also like to send our condolences to the victim’s family.”

Police have not released a description of the suspects, but said a silver car may have been involved.

“We still have that lot of concern for the public,” Capt. Jose Ribero-Tessica told reporters in a Monday morning news conference. “We hope that somebody, whoever was driving the car at the time, somebody maybe going to work or looking for a job, to contact us with any information. We can take their information, piece it together and come up with a suspect.”

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