HUNTER: $250,000 for information about alleged killer Abilaziz Mohamed

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Abilaziz Mohamed, probably, was not the first in anything in his entire life.

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But look, here he is: No. 1 with a bullet on Toronto’s most wanted list.

Mohamed is wanted for murder in the first degree in the October 13, 2021, shooting of hard-working Scarborough father-of-five Craig McDonald in the parking lot of Boston Pizza in Cinemart Dr.-Milner Ave.

McDonald, 43, later died in the hospital.

For the previous 25 years, he worked for Providence Health and was a plant maintenance and repair manager. Abilaziz Mohamed allegedly put an end to all this.

And why did this good man die? He watched his beloved Toronto Maple Leafs beat the Montreal Canadiens 2-1 and got into an argument inside a waterhole.

According to the police, Mohamed apparently decided that such impudence could not go unpunished, so in a cowardly manner he followed MacDonald to the parking lot, allegedly pulled out a gun and shot him dead.

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The detectives quickly attacked Mohamed, and now they need your help to put the alleged killer behind bars.

And Bolo’s program will pay up to $250,000 for information leading to his arrest and conviction.

Bolo announced on Tuesday his list of the 25 most wanted criminals in Canada. More than half came from GTA, and our buddy Mohamed leads the charts. And they’ll pay big bucks if you drop a single penny on any of these supposed killers.

Most of the wanted programs date back to the days when posters were an integral part of post offices and other government buildings.

The initiative received a major boost when, on March 14, 1950, the FBI released its 10 Most Wanted list. This tool proved to be effective, spreading overseas and resulting in the capture of thousands of murderers, swindlers, pedophiles and many other criminals. insidious villains.

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And they are effective.

Too often police officers see the public as a nuisance and a hindrance to their investigations. Many police services (especially in Canada) guard the most mundane information, such as the crown jewels, instead of sharing it with the public.

This often happens when investigations hit a brick wall.

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For the public, if some guy pulls the trigger once, it will be much easier on the second throw to put a bullet in another innocent. This is a story with many of them.

Homicide detectives say they believe Mohamed is still in the GTA.

McDonald’s family described him as “an ordinary guy” who was doing “a very ordinary thing when his life was over.

“It could happen to anyone because my brother was an ordinary guy and I tell you everyone loved him,” his sister Sandman said. global news last year.

The sooner the cops get these alleged killers off the street, the safer everyone will be.

Abilaziz Mohamed, 32, from Toronto, 5ft 10in, 190lbs, stocky build, black hair, brown eyes, full beard and moustache.

He is believed to be armed and dangerous. If found, do not approach and call 911 immediately.


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