Two people wanted in connection with the murder of a 32-year-old woman in Upper Beaches
Toronto police are looking for two people believed to be armed and dangerous in connection with a homicide investigation Thursday night in the Upper Beaches.
Officers say around 8 p.m. that evening, they responded to a call at 1910 Gerrard Street East, in the area of Woodbine Avenue and Gerrard Street.
It was reported that a woman was in the back parking lot at this address and a suspect shot the victim, police say. Police previously said a person was found in an alley with serious injuries and died at the scene, adding that the circumstances appeared suspicious.
The victim has since been identified as Megan Elizabeth Crant, 32.
According to the police, two arrest warrants have been issued. Nicholas Hirsch, 25, of Toronto, is wanted for first degree murder and Chelsey Mais, 29, of Toronto, is wanted for being an accessory to the act of murder.
If you see them, the police advise you not to approach them and call 911 instead.
Anyone with information about this homicide investigation is asked to call the police or Crime Stoppers.
Press release – Homicide #35/2022, 1910 Gerrard Street East, Megan Elizabeth Crant, 32https://t.co/yRmp79dUYp pic.twitter.com/5ODgWeU1t1
— Toronto Police (@TorontoPolice) July 10, 2022