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Shots fired at Markham home for 3rd time in a month

In each daylight incident, video surveillance shows different suspects and vehicles, police say

For the third time in a month, shots have been fired in broad daylight at a home in Markham.

York Regional Police responded to a residence on Solace Road for a report of the sounds of gunshots on Tuesday, March 26 at 1:10 p.m, according to a news release. When they arrived, they found a home had been struck by multiple bullets. There were no injuries.

Two similar incidents occurred at the same residence on Feb. 28 and March 8. In each incident, different suspect vehicles and suspect descriptions were reported, police said.

In this incident, video surveillance shows a light grey SUV parking on a nearby street after circling the area. A suspect approached on foot and discharged a firearm from the road. The suspect returned to the vehicle and left the area, police said.

Suspect description: Male, brown, 5’9’ to 6’1”, wearing a black, soccer-style warm-up suit with white writing on the left arm and leg and a thick white stripe on the right arm and leg, black running shoes, a black hat and a black face mask.

Suspect vehicle: Light grey or metallic blue Nissan Rogue, dark-tinted windows, silver-spoked rims.

Investigators are looking for any video from the area that has not already been provided and any witnesses that have not already spoken to police to come forward. Forensic evidence has been recovered from the scene that may assist in identifying of any involved parties.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 1-866-876-5423, ext. 7541, or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS, or leave an anonymous tip online.