Alleged vehicle used in Moka Café shooting found in Etobicoke
The black 2011 Nissan Versa used in the June 24 shooting at a Vaughan café that killed two people has been found, York police said on Thursday.
Toronto police found the car, which they say was stolen, abandoned in the parking lot of a commercial space at 67 Westmore Drive in Etobicoke on Canada Day.
Two people, Maria Voci and Christopher de Simone, died as a result of the shooting.
Last week, police released a video of the man they consider the suspect in the shooting at Moka Café. It showed the man pulling into the parking lot in the car and walking into the café.
The suspect is described by police as a 6″ black man with a muscular build.
CBC | Toronto News