Barrie police have confirmed that a 59-year-old woman was airlifted to a Toronto hospital after a shooting incident in downtown Barrie on Friday afternoon. The incident took place around 4:30 p.m. near the intersection of Dunlop and Mulcaster streets, close to Meridian Place.
The area behind the Dunlop Street East buildings, also known as Lakeshore News, has been cordoned off with police tape as investigators continue to gather evidence. Police have been present at the scene since the incident occurred and are currently conducting an ongoing investigation.
While there is no additional information about the victim’s condition, authorities have assured the public that updates will be provided as the investigation permits. Due to the ongoing nature of the investigation, detailed information about the incident and the motive behind the shooting is not yet available.
The shooting has left the community shaken, and local residents are urged to come forward with any information they may have regarding the incident. Barrie police have set up a dedicated hotline, and anyone with information related to the shooting is encouraged to call 705-725-7025.
As the investigation unfolds, BarrieToday will remain committed to reporting the latest updates on this incident. Our thoughts go out to the victim and her family, and we hope for her speedy recovery.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
1. Where did the shooting in Barrie occur?
The shooting incident took place near the intersection of Dunlop and Mulcaster streets, close to Meridian Place in downtown Barrie.
2. What is the current condition of the victim?
There is no information available regarding the victim’s condition at this time.
3. How can I provide information about the incident?
If you have any information related to the shooting, please call Barrie police at 705-725-7025.
4. Are there any updates on the ongoing investigation?
Updates on the investigation will be provided by Barrie police as the investigation permits. Please stay tuned to receive the latest updates on this incident.