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Abilaziz Mohamed, 32, Canada’s ‘Most Wanted’ Man Arrested For First-degree Murder

The Toronto Police Service has arrested a wanted fugitive for a homicide investigation.

On Wednesday, October 13, 2021, at 11:39 p.m., police responded to a call for a shooting in the Cinemart Drive and Milner Avenue area.

It is reported that:

– a man was located in a parking lot, suffering from a gunshot wound

– officers commenced life-saving measures

– the man was transported to hospital by paramedics where he was pronounced deceased

The victim was identified as Craig MacDonald, 43, of Toronto.

On Tuesday, April 26, 2022 as part of a Canada-wide initiative to capture wanted fugitives, an unprecedented reward of up to $250,000 was offered for information leading to the arrest of Abilaziz Mohamed, 32, of Toronto, for first-degree murder.

The Bolo Program announced the reward for the Number One spot on a Top 25 list of Canada’s most wanted fugitives.

Later that same evening, anonymous information was received about the location of Abilaziz Mohamed and he was subsequently arrested.

Chief James Ramer said, “Yesterday, Abilaziz Mohamed was BOLO’s number one wanted suspect. Today, he is in Toronto Police Service custody charged with the murder of 43-year-old Craig MacDonald thanks to information provided by a member of the public. We hope this provides a small amount of closure for the victim’s family. We work proudly and effectively with our BOLO partners and this successful arrest sends a clear message to those who continue to evade justice – you will be found.”

Abilaziz Mohamed, 32, of Toronto, was arrested and charged:

1. First Degree Murder

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