An unprecedented reward of up to $250,000 is being offered for information leading to the arrest of a man wanted in a Toronto homicide investigation as part of a Canada-wide initiative to capture wanted fugitives.
The Bolo Program announced the reward today for the Number One spot on a Top 25 list of Canada’s most wanted fugitives, alongside members of Toronto Police Service, Toronto Crime Stoppers, and police partners across the country.
The reward of up to $250,000 is being offered in relation to the murder of 43-year-old Craig MacDonald, which took place the evening of Wednesday, October 13, 2021. Abilaziz Mohamed, 32, of Toronto, is wanted for one count of first-degree murder.
Other Toronto suspects on the Top 25 list include:
– Ton Quoc-Hoang Ngo aka Tommy Ngo, wanted for the 2015 murder of Russell Sahadeo (reward up to $50,000)
– Jabreel Elmi, wanted for the 2021 murder of Thane Murray
– Mohamed Hassan, wanted for the 2021 murder of Habil Hassan
– Darriel Thompson, wanted for the 2021 murder of Minyall Wur
– Usman Kassim, wanted for attempted murder, criminal harassment, pointing a firearm, uttering death threat, dangerous operation of conveyance, and flight from police in connection with 2020 and 2021 incidents (reward up to $50,000)
– Arian Ghasemmanesh, wanted for the 2021 manslaughter of Shahriyar Safarian, and arson – disregard for human life
– Abdelmunieum Abdalla, wanted for the 2020 murder of Andre Rodriguez
– Camarr Brown, wanted for accessory after the fact to the 2022 murders of Minyali Wur and Chudier Reat
– Emmanuel Rawson, wanted for a 2021 armed robbery
– Rosaleen Wallace, wanted for the 1987 manslaughter of Peter Wallace
– Stephen Duong, wanted for a 2012 armed robbery
The Bolo Program was launched in 2018 by the Stéphan Crétier Foundation as a way to amplify cases involving wanted individuals. Bolo Program works in partnership with Toronto Crime Stoppers to ensure tipsters can remain anonymous while sharing information and, where offered, collecting their rewards.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), or www.222tips.com or by downloading the free Crime Stoppers Mobile App on iTunes or Google Play.