George Sandz (@GE_Sandz), a man shot and killed Thursday evening in Vaughan, has been identified as the leader of a biker group from the Outlaws Motorcycle Club, the Toronto Star reported. Sandz, 46, was shot dead in front of his home on Carnarvon Drive around 5:30 p.m. He was pronounced dead at the scene. The coroner has confirmed that the man was shot twice in the head by a man who pulled into his driveway in a dark blue-and-black Hyundai Tucson. Sandz’s car, like all of the vehicles in the neighbourhood, is a 1990’s model and was noted to be covered in decals and other markings of the Outlaws, the Star reports. The serial number on Sandz’s car suggests that it was shipped from the U.S. with the assistance of an auto body shop. According to York police, the investigation is ongoing, but a weapon has not been recovered.
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