(CNN) — A gunman opened fire at a restaurant in the Toronto suburb of Scarborough, killing one person and wounding three others on Friday evening, police said.
The gunman and victims were located near a Total Bar & Grill, where police received multiple calls about a shooting, the Toronto Police Services Services said in a statement.
Authorities said a man who died has been identified as Fardosa Ibrahim Esmail, of Brampton, Ontario.
Police in the statement said the shooting was not an act of terrorism. They did not immediately respond to requests for additional information on the shooter or his motive.
It was not immediately clear if any of the injuries were life-threatening.
Toronto’s homicide unit, which leads the investigation, said the shooting started with a fistfight that spilled into the street outside the restaurant.
The suspect left the scene after the shooting but was tracked down and detained by police, Detective Sgt. Michael Carroll told reporters at the scene. Police said they were interrogating the man.
A witness, Mona Raoued, told reporters that she had been at a memorial service at the restaurant when she heard people talking, thinking it was something else, but then about 10 shots rang out and a man ran into the restaurant.
A bystander’s footage of the shooting from inside the restaurant showed people scrambling outside and police officers putting them on stretchers.