Police identify body found in northeast Scarborough

Death of 21 year-old male found in public school parking lot now called homicide

Dylan Greenaway, 21, was found in the parking lot at Alvin Curling Public School on Thursday morning. Giorgio Lee/Toronto Observer

Toronto police have identified the body of a man found in a elementary school parking lot on Thursday morning.

The victim has been identified as 21-year old Dylan Greenaway.

body found without vital signs

Dylan Greenaway, 21, was found without vital signs in the parking lot of Alvin Curling Public School on Mar 16. (Toronto Police)

The body was found shortly before 8 a.m at Alvin Curling Public School’s parking lot at Antelope Drive and Upper Rouge Trail.

Police on the scene say the man was found with apparent gunshot wounds and without vital signs.

Originally homicide investigators called the victims death suspicious, but are now investigating it as a homicide.

Det. Gary Giroux said no further details of the suspects are known.

“We are in the early stages of this investigation,” Giroux said. “The deceased appears to have suffered some gunshot wounds. I am appealing to this particular community to alert them of any video they may have attached to their houses, so we can collect that.”

Police say an autopsy of the victim took place on Friday.

Greenaway’s murder is Toronto’s 12th homicide this year.

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Posted: Mar 17 2017 12:40 pm
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