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Tola Paul Obituary, Kitchener man dies after shooting in Toronto

Tola Paul Obituary, Death – Reports indicate that the victim of the incident that took place on Saturday was a man who was 38 years old when he passed away as a result of the events that took place. On Saturday, just a few minutes before the hour of five o’clock in the afternoon, the police were summoned to the area surrounding

Clearview Heights and Trethewey Drive, which can be found to the west of Keele Street. This neighborhood is where the incident took place in the city. As soon as the police came, they reported finding a man inside an apartment complex who had been shot multiple times and was in a critical condition. It was reported that the individual’s condition was quite serious. However, despite the efforts of the attending paramedics and police officers to preserve

the life of the victim, he was pronounced dead shortly after arriving at the hospital. Despite their best efforts, the man could not be saved. They tried all they could think of, but they were unable to save the man’s life despite their best efforts. Tola Paul, who is 38 years old, has been identified by the police in Kitchener, Ontario, as the individual

who they suspect to be responsible for the crime. He is the 15th person to lose their life as a direct result of a homicide that has taken place in the city so far in this year alone. There was no new information released about any potential suspects or the circumstances that surrounded this horrible shooting. There was also no information offered about whether or not this was an isolated incident. In addition, no fresh information was supplied to the

audience. You can call the Toronto Police Department at (416) 808-7400, and those who desire to remain anonymous can call Crime Stoppers at (416) 222-TIPS (8477) or visit www.222tips.com. The Toronto Police Department can be reached at this number. Anyone who has any reason to suspect that they may be in possession of information on this occurrence is urged to get in touch with one of these agencies as soon as humanly possible.