Owners with Musik Nightclub says security cameras were operating the evening of a fatal shooting at the venue.
“We are fully cooperating with the police investigations. It is up to the police to determine what footage from those cameras is useful to them, and what, if anything, will be made public.” a spokesperson with the club told reporters with Global News.
The statement comes following reports suggesting no cameras were inside the club the evening two people were killed. Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders also referred repeatedly to “gaps” in Muzik’s security when he urged more of the 4,000 or so people who were at the club to come forward.
Duvel Hibbert, 23, of Brampton, and Ariela Navarro-Fenoy, 26 of Toronto were both shot while attending an OVO Fest after party last Tuesday morning. Police say they believe Fenoy was a bystander, shot outside of the club near Dufferin Gates.
Mayor John Tory is echoing Saunders in urging anyone with information to come forward.
“An appeal for video and pictures from the patrons of the club has yielded very little,” Saunders says, “Only a few of the thousands of people in the club and immediate area have contacted the homicide investigators.”