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Suspect sought after Raptors rally shooting

Toronto police are still looking for a suspect after Monday's shooting that sent dozens scurrying for cover during a celebration for the Raptors' historic NBA win. Police Chief Mark Saunders said three people were arrested and charged with firearm-related offences following the incident. Saunders says the incident sent four to hospital with non-life threatening injuries. He said police had recovered two guns related to the shooting and were still looking for a third firearm as the investigation continued. The incident happened at Nathan Phillips Square, where over a million people had been waiting for hours to greet the new NBA champions at the end of a victory parade. The team and a several dignitaries, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, were on stage when the sound of gunfire sent dozens of panicked fans running for safety. The ceremony wrapped up a short time later.

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