UPDATE: The two victims in Sunday's shooting were a 10-year-old girl and an 18-year-old woman, Fox News has learned.
A 29-year-old gunman in Toronto opened fire in a Greek restaurant on Sunday, killing two people and injuring a dozen others, before he died following an exchange of gunfire with police. Authorities are investigating the shooter's motive, including terrorism. They have yet to publicly identify him.
A witness did her best to describe the gunman's appearance.
Witness to tonight’s shooting, who was inside Second Cup and saw the shooter pic.twitter.com/keec5lUXQQ— Wendy Gillis (@wendygillis) July 23, 2018
John Tory, the mayor of Toronto, suggested that Sunday's carnage is casting another spotlight on the city's "gun problem."
"We have a gun problem in that guns are readily available to too many people," he said. "The police are doing their best, but they're operating under extraordinarily difficult circumstances to deal with these guns. And we'll see what they conclude from this case, but it's evidence of a gun problem, clearly."
To get a gun license in Canada, residents must pass a background check of criminal mental health, addiction, and domestic violence records, according to a report from CTV. Yet, there has been a noticeable uptick in Toronto shootings in recent years.