Three people are dead and another person has been injured following an apparent crossbow attack in Scarborough on Thursday.
A 35-year-old unidentified man has been taken into police custody, a Toronto police spokesperson said at a press conference Thursday evening.
The spokesperson said that the crossbow incident is related to a suspicious package that was found at Queens Quay earlier in the day.
Not much else is known yet about the incident, and it's unclear whether a crossbow caused the deaths. A Toronto police spokesperson told VICE that three people were found near Lawndale and Aro Roads after police were called to investigate a stabbing. The Toronto Star reported that three people were found with crossbow bolts in their bodies, but the spokesperson wouldn't confirm this, saying only that a crossbow was found at the scene. The CBC is reporting that two men and one woman died in the incident and were found in a garage.
Paramedics are reportedly examining two other people, but their conditions are also unknown.
This isn't the first time a crossbow attack has happened in Toronto. In 2012, a 26-year-old was sentenced to life in prison for murdering his abusive father with a crossbow at a library.
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