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UPDATE: Toronto police identify 3 men arrested after shooting at Raptors celebration

(UPDATE: June 19 @ 7:30 a.m.) - The three men who were arrested after a shooting at Nathan Phillip's Square on Monday have been identified, but police say one person of interest is still on the loose.

Shaquille Anthony Miller, 25, Abdikarim Kerow, 18, and Thaino Toussaint, 20, were all brought into custody shortly after the shots were fired at 3:45 p.m. on Monday.

All three men are from Toronto.

Miller and Toussaint are both facing seven charges, while Kerow is facing 10.

Investigators are still trying to identify a person of interest who left the scene of the shooting.

He's described as a Caucasian man between 5'9" and 6'0" with light short brown hair and a heavy build, wearing a white button-down shirt at the time.

Four people were taken to hospital as a result of the shooting, but none of their injuries are considered to be life threatening.

(UPDATE: June 18 @ 8:30 a.m.) - There have now been four victims located after shots were fired at Nathan Phillip's Square on Monday.

None of the injuries are considered to be life threatening.

Three people have been arrested in connection to the incident and officers seized a pair of firearms.

The shootings happened as millions of people celebrated the Toronto Raptors' NBA championship at a rally on Monday.

(UPDATE: 1:25 p.m.) - Toronto police now say that two victims have serious but not life threatening injuries after a shooting at Nathan Phillip's Square.

Two people have been taken into custody and officers have recovered a pair of firearms from the scene.

The investigation into the incident is now underway.

(Original story: 1:15 p.m.) - There’s been a reported shooting during the Toronto Raptors celebration at Nathan Phillips Square.

According to Toronto Police, the victim is reportedly a woman and it’s unknown what her injuries are.

The shots sent people running from the area.

Raptors play-by-play announcer Matt Devlin interrupted speeches to inform the crowd that there was an “emergency to be dealt with,” but didn’t provide any other details.

NowMedia will update this story as more information becomes available.

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