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New Vaughan cafe shooting suspect photos released

06/26/2015 02:53 EDT | Updated 06/26/2016 05:59 EDT
Police have released more photographs of a suspect in the Vaughan, Ont., cafe shooting in hopes someone might recognize him.

However, the man's face is covered by a mask, he is wearing a hood and gloves and he never faces the camera.

In one photo, he is seen getting out of a 2011 black Nissan Versa in the parking lot of the Moka cafe.

That was before police allege he went into the cafe in a targeted shooting that killed two people and injured another two.

The suspect was last seen driving south on Islington Avenue away from the scene of the crime.

Police say the car was stolen. Moments before the shooting occurred, the vehicle was observed on Pioneer Lane which runs off of Islington Avenue.

York police estimate him to be 5'10" to 5'11".

He is seen wearing a light-grey Nike hoodie, black Adidas track pants and mask covering his face.

The Nissan Versa had the licence plate BVLW 273.

All the photos were captured by security cameras.

A tip line has been set up by the York Regional Police Homicide Unit and anyone with information is asked to call 1-866-876-5423, ext. 2411, or email the Homicide Unit at homicide@yrp.ca.

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