Ontario Police Watchdog Receives Ballistic Evidence In The Shooting Death Of A Boy And His Father | The Canadian News

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. – Ontario police watchdog says it received ballistic test results in a police shooting that left a one-year-old boy and his father dead.

The Special Investigations Unit has said that Ontario Provincial Police officers shot a 33-year-old father in Kawartha Lakes, Ontario, in his car after he allegedly abducted his son on November 26, 2020.

The agency has said that evidence suggests that police shooting killed both the father and his son.

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The SIU says it is reviewing ballistic test results from the US Federal Bureau of Investigation.

The agency says it is not releasing details of the results as its investigation remains active. The identities of the boy and his father have not been released.

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The SIU says it is moving as quickly as possible to finish its investigation.

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