Homicide Victim Identified by Police

Homicide Thunder Bay

THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay Police have identified the victim of a South Marks Street homicide. Twenty-one-year-old Edmond Clovis of Toronto has been identified as the victim in what Police have said is a targeted gang-related incident.

The incident happened on Monday, May 22nd, Victoria Day, when police and EMS were called to the location over reports of a severely injured male. Police upon arriving on the scene escorted the victim to Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre where the victim was pronounced dead.

Police continue to receive information from the public about various aspects of this investigation. Investigators are very appreciative of the assistance and will follow up all leads to determine if they are relevant to this case.

Police are still requesting any information about a newer model Mazda CX 5, dark charcoal or black in color saw fleeing the scene.

Police have been seeking assistance from the public in this homicide investigation as there were reports from witnesses at the scene of a dark-coloured Mazda CRX 5 which police say is either dark charcoal or black, it is a vehicle witnesses have reported to police of seeing it leaving the scene.

This homicide investigation is ongoing and the TBPS continue to urge anyone with information about this incident or any suspicious activity, person or vehicle in this area on Monday, May 22, 2017 between 4:15 p.m. and 4:45 p.m. to contact the police at 684-1200 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or www.tipsubmit.com.