Police are investigating two separate shootings in Toronto and Richmond Hill late Wednesday that sent one person to hospital.
The first incident took place around 10 p.m. outside a home on Blyth Street in Richmond Hill.
A middle-aged man was shot in the chest during what York regional police are describing as a targeted shooting during a robbery.
The victim’s injuries are considered serious.
In an update later Thursday, police said the victim was approached by three suspects on a driveway. He was robbed of cash and shot.
Police are looking for three suspects who fled in a dark colour Sedan.
At around midnight, Toronto police received numerous calls for shots fired on Manhattan Drive in the Warden Avenue and Lawrence Avenue East area.
A witness reported seeing someone in a green Kia shooting at a white Mazda before both vehicles sped off.
Two suspects ditched the Kia nearby at Parma Court and officers chased them on foot. Both were captured and arrested. Police said a firearm was recovered.
Police have not been able to locate the other vehicle. No injuries have been reported.