Sidhu said the witnesses potentially didn’t hear the gunshots and therefore didn’t realize what was happening before them.
Police are investigating the circumstances around the deaths of two women who were found without vital signs at an Etobicoke apartment building on Tuesday night.
The suspects are said to refuse to meet in person or defer the meeting, insisting on video chats.
They may also present fake photos or videos claiming to be the person in the profile, police said. The suspects research the victim using social media sites.
The video, taken Monday just before 4 p.m., shows the boy walking through the mall parking lot when a vehicle pulls into the lot through a nearby entry lane.
The video shows a man get out of the vehicle and begin to chase the boy, weaving between the parked vehicles, while firing a weapon in his direction.
The unknown man is just the latest jokester to make the most of a Kiss Cam moment, including one woman filmed at Philips Arena earlier this year who essentially made out with her pizza while a couple in front of her locked lips.
He was bullied in middle school, and the games gave him the feeling of being in charge.
One of the women who died was a resident of the building, Douglas-Cook said.The relationship between the two women is not yet known.Police are not looking for any suspects and say there is no indication the women were with anyone else at the time of their deaths.When Cam was in elementary school, his parents wanted to test how long Cam would game if unchecked, sitting at his desktop computer in the basement.He didn’t eat, he didn’t get up — except to use the bathroom. Cam Adair is one of a growing number of young people in North America and beyond, particularly boys, who are addicted to video games.This type of online extortion has been reported with increasing frequency, police added.