A tragic incident unfolded in an Etobicoke condo building in the early hours of Friday, resulting in the death of a woman and the subsequent arrest of a man. The authorities were alerted to the scene on Zorra Street, near the intersection of the Queensway and Kipling Avenue, following reports of a fight causing injuries.
Police Inspector Jeff Bangild revealed that the male suspect entered the condo building’s lobby and confessed to being involved in an altercation. Shortly after, emergency services discovered the lifeless body of a woman, believed to be in her 50s, in a condominium unit. Despite efforts to save her, she was pronounced dead at the scene.
The male suspect, also estimated to be in his 50s, was immediately apprehended and taken to the hospital for treatment of apparent injuries. Inspector Bangild did not disclose further details regarding the nature of these injuries.
Although the exact relationship between the victim and the suspect remains unclear, Inspector Bangild confirmed that they were acquainted. As authorities continued their investigation, they withheld the victim’s identity pending notification of her next of kin.
Law enforcement officials are urging anyone who witnessed the incident or possesses any information relevant to the stabbing to come forward and assist with the ongoing investigation.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What happened in the Etobicoke condo building?
On Friday morning, a woman was found dead in a condo unit with stab wounds. A man, who confessed to being in an altercation, was taken into custody. The incident is currently under investigation.
Where did the incident occur?
The incident took place in an Etobicoke condo building on Zorra Street, near the intersection of the Queensway and Kipling Avenue.
Has the suspect been identified?
The authorities have not yet disclosed the suspect’s identity.
Do we know the victim’s identity?
As of now, the victim’s identity has not been released to the public.
Are there any witnesses?
The police are urging any witnesses or individuals with potentially useful information about the stabbing to come forward and assist with the investigation.