A Toronto policeman has 19-year-old stolen the “aim” of the 51-year-old woman dying in the town's PATH system on Wednesday evening.
The Rae Cara Carrington, 51, officers were given an injured life at PATH near the Commercial Court food court at King Street, W. St. Peters. Wednesday.
Carrington, who worked at the curtain court, died at the site.
A well said Carrington was an mother of eight. Speaking from the food court on Thursday, those who were used to saying were “rays of sunshine”.
Duncan Sinclair, 19, from Toronto, was arrested by OPP Bay Georgian Bay on Friday, the Toronto police said in a press release.
Sinclair was arrested after people in the Midland area told the police that he was present, Toronto police Const. Caroline de Kloet said.
“Members of the Toronto Police Service Unit would like to thank Thoronto and Midland community citizens for their help in this survey,” said Toronto police.
The police believe the attack was "targeted", said a Kloet, but said the police cannot disclose more information about the relationship between Sinclair and Carrington.
The police have also said nothing about the motivation for the invasion.
Sinclair is accused of murdering him at first court and is due to appear in court at the Old Town Hall on Saturday at 10am.
Stefanie Marotta is a breaking news journalist, working out of the Star radio room in Toronto. Follow her on Twitter: @StefanieMarotta