Peel Police announced a Brampton death on Thursday after they found a man with "obvious signs of trauma."

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A man was discovered unconscious and covered in blood near Johnstone Park, police say.

The victim was found at the scene at Queen Mary and Whispering Hills Gate, near Johnstone Park in Brampton, sometime before 3:30 p.m. on August 13.

[A male found] unconscious and with lots of blood on him has been pronounced deceased at hospital.

Peel Police

He was without vital signs and died after being transported to hospital. The man's age has not been confirmed, nor has the cause of his injuries.

Const. Sarah Patten said, per CP24, that "due to the significant amount of blood at the scene ... we believe this to be a homicide at this point."

The Toronto Homicide and Missing Persons Bureau is on scene and the investigation is ongoing.

This happened just hours after a shooting on Toronto's Woodbine Beach Thursday morning.

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