Teen wanted for first-degree murder in Tim Hortons shooting

London police are looking for an 18-year-old man wanted in connection with the shooting death Chris Clements-Card.

Police are looking for Zachary McDermott, 18, in the shooting death of 21-year old Chris Clements-Card

The Tim Hortons on Dundas Street, west of Veterans Memorial Parkway, was the scene of a shooting Wednesday afternoon. (Hala Ghonaim/CBC News)

London police are looking for an 18-year old man wanted in connection with the shooting death Chris Clements-Card. 

Police issued a warrant Friday for Zachary McDermott of London, charging him with first-degree murder. He faces a second charge of attempted murder by discharging a firearm

Clements-Card was shot in the parking lot of the Tim Hortons on Dundas Street, near Veterans Memorial Parkway, Wednesday afternoon. 

Witnesses told police three men fled in a silver sedan, which was later located. They continue to search for the firearm used in the killing. Clements-Card was transported to hospital where he later died. 

Police describe McDermott as being slim with reddish-blond hair cut shorter on the sides. They warn he should not be approached. 

Police are looking for the two other men who fled in the vehicle. One is described as having dark skin with his hair braided in corn rows. The other is Caucasian with short dark hair and a full beard. 

Victim called 'a true friend'

His family and friends have set up an online fundraiser to cover the cost of his funeral. The web page describes Clements-Card as "a true friend! A caring brother! A loving son, nephew and A devoted Uncle."

Chris Clements, seen here in this undated photo, was shot and killed at a Tim Hortons on Wednesday on Dundas Street East. (Krystal Panzavecchia/GoFundMe)

Public court documents show Clements-Card had been in trouble with the law, including being convicted of drug possession in an anti-gang sweep. 

The raid netted officers more than half a kilo of crystal methamphetamine, nearly 70 grams of cocaine and more than 50 rounds of rim fire rifle ammunition.

The records also show Clements-Card had a difficult childhood, never finished high school, but at the time of his death, he was working full-time in London.