TORONTO: Police release sketch, renew $50K reward in 2016 Liberty Village homicide

On September 11 2016 in the early morning, Kiesingar Gunn as well as his wife and kids were leaving a birthday party in Liberty Village with other friends.

Det. Leslie Dunkley stated that Gunn was in his car and about to go when he saw several men fighting in a nearby parking lot.

He got out and was heading over to intervene when he was shot. He was taken to hospital where he was later pronounced dead.

“I believe there is someone out there who saw exactly what happened and who is responsible,” Dunkley said.

Police have now come up with a composite sketch of a suspect wanted in the shooting death of a 26-year-old father of four in a Liberty Village parking lot three years ago.


Kiesingar Gunn family

The suspect is described as a black male between the ages of 18 and 23, standing five-feet-eleven inches to six feet tall, with a slim build.

He had braids, possibly cornrows, and was last seen wearing a white hooded sweatshirt with dark lettering on it.

An offer of $50,000 for any information that could lead to an arrest in the case was set to expire, but Dunkley said Chief Mark Saunders has ordered that the deadline extend to next September in order to coax someone else to provide information about what they saw that night.