Police in Toronto have confirmed the arrest of two more people in the investigation into a stray bullet that killed a bystander in Leslieville in July.
Two of the three had handguns and fired them at each other, according to investigators.
A mother walking in the area was hit by a stray bullet. She was transported to hospital but later died.
Just under a week after the shooting, police made their first arrest. Damian Hudson, 32, was charged with second-degree murder.
Then, more than a month after the deadly shooting, a second suspect was arrested. Ahmed Mustafa Ibrahim, a 20-year-old from Toronto, was charged with manslaughter, robbery and failure to comply with probation.
Police announced an additional arrest on Tuesday. A 23-year-old woman who was charged with accessory after the fact to an indictable offence and obstruction of justice.
Another suspect is still outstanding.
The remaining suspect is described as 18 to 25 years old with an average height and slim build. Police said he had long hair in a ponytail and wore a black baseball hat.
Police said he also wore a black North Face hoodie, dark-coloured jeans and white shoes.
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