Liberty Village shooting leaves 3 injured

A shooting overnight in Toronto has left three people with injuries, and the violence didn't stop there.

4 arrested in separate reported shooting incident in Chinatown

3 people were wounded in a shooting in Liberty Village. 2:43

A shooting overnight in Toronto has left three people with injuries.

Police are investigating after three people were injured in a Liberty Village parking lot at around 3:30 a.m. ET Monday.

 A woman living in the neighbourhood said she heard eight to 10 shots ring out.

One person was shot in the leg and the other in the foot in a parking lot near Lamport Stadium and Cinema Nightclub. It's uncertain how the third person was injured.

Two of those in the incident were taken to hospital from the scene. The third victim, a man, walked into Toronto Western Hospital. 

Police are still looking for suspects.

Four arrested

Two men and two women were arresred on Chestnut Street after 4 a.m. in relation to the shots fired on Spadina Avenue. (Tony Smyth/CBC)

In another shooting incident, on Spadina Avenue, north of Dundas Street, in the city's downtown Chinatown area, two men and two women were arrested Monday morning. 

No victims were found, but police responded after gunfire was reported just after 4 a.m. Police found shell casings near Nassau Street. 

The four suspects were found in a Jeep near the scene at around 6 a.m.

It's not immediately known if the incidents are related.

With files from The Canadian Press