Police responded to a cal at Chesapeake Dr. in Waterdown on May 2nd at around 4:00pm on report of gunshots. Police found 39 year old Angelo Musitano suffering from several gunshot wounds in his truck that was parked in the driveway of his home.
Musitano was rushed to Hamilton General Hospital where he died from his injuries.
Police believe the homicide was targeted and are looking for the shooter who has been described as:
Male stalky build, wearing a dark toque, black jacket, grey pants and dark shoes.
Update May 9.
Police have determined though video evidence that the suspect fled the scene in a burgundy 2006 Ford Fusion with rusty rims. The getaway car was found abandoned on May 2017 in the area of Fenton Drive and Braeheid Avenue in Waterdown. Police believe the vehicle was abandoned and the suspect fled in another vehicle. Instigators are asking anyone who witnessed a second vehicle in the area or any suspicious circumstances to contact them.
Anyone with information is asked to call police at 905-546-4167.
Update January 12, 2018
Hamilton police believe more than one person was involved in stalking Angelo Muistano prior to his death, and more than one vehicle was used to accomplish this task.
A 2006 Ford Fusion used by the killer has been directly linked to a 2006 – 2011 black, two door, Honda Civic. A male driving the Ford Fusion was seen arriving and leaving in the Honda Civic during the time Angelo Musitano was being followed.
A red 2017, Chevrolet Malibu, was captured on video in and around the Chesapeake Drive area during this period, and the day before Musitano was murdered appeared to be watching Angelo Musitano’s residence. The Malibu drove off as soon as Musitano pulled into his driveway.
And lastly grey or blue Infiniti sedan, was also seen by a witness in the Braeheid Avenue area interacting with the burgundy Ford Fusion .
Hamilton police will be paying visits to anyone who owned a 2006 to 2011 black, two door, Honda Civic, in and around May 2, 2017.
If you have any information you are asked to contact Detective Jason Cattle by calling 905-546-4167.