Toronto

1 man surrenders in Cameo Lounge shooting, 2nd still at large

A 19-year-old man is in custody and police are looking for a second suspect after a shooting north of Toronto that left three people injured.
The shooting happened at Cameo Lounge at 4120 Steeles Ave. W. in Woodbridge. (Tony Smyth/CBC)

A 19-year-old man is in custody and police are looking for a second suspect after a shooting at a hookah lounge north of Toronto that left three people injured.

York Regional Police say the Monday morning shooting at Cameo Lounge in Woodbridge, Ont. sent one man to hospital with life-threatening injuries and wounded a man and a woman less seriously.

Police say 19-year-old Rushawn Anderson of Toronto turned himself in on Tuesday.

York police are still searching for Nicholas Rhoden, suspect in the Cameo Lounge shooting. (York Regional Police)

Const. Andy Pattenden says Anderson is currently facing one count of attempted murder, but says other charges are expected.

Police say they are still looking for 26-year-old Nicholas Rhoden in connection with the shooting. They are also searching for a 2013 black Honda Accord with tinted windows that police say was used by the suspects to flee the scene.

Police say Rhoden is considered armed and dangerous and advise anyone who sees him to call 911.

"Obviously, this person was involved in a very serious incident involving a shooting so we want to encourage people to take their own safety in mind," said Const. Laura Nicolle.

With files from Nathan Crocker