Canada Police identify man fatally shot in Etobicoke on Oct. 5.

17:16  08 october  2017
17:16  08 october  2017 Source:   Toronto Star

Man shot at Sheridan Mall in critical condition

  Man shot at Sheridan Mall in critical condition Man shot at Sheridan Mall in critical conditionAccording to Toronto Police, the male was shot many times and was found at the mall’s rear entrance, at Jane St. and Wilson Ave. Police were called to the scene just after 7:50 Friday evening.

Abdulkadir Bihi, 29, was found with gunshot wounds inside a car that had been involved in a collision near Dixon Rd. and Islington Ave. West. at around 2:45 p.m. Thursday.

Toronto police say there are “similarities” in the way two men were shot dead last week, one near an apartment building and one inside Sheridan Mall.


Abdulkadir Bihi, 29, was found with gunshot wounds inside a car that had been involved in a collision near Dixon Rd. and Islington Ave. West on Oct. 5, 2017. © David Hopkinson Abdulkadir Bihi, 29, was found with gunshot wounds inside a car that had been involved in a collision near Dixon Rd. and Islington Ave. West on Oct. 5, 2017.

Police have identified the man fatally shot in Etobicoke on Oct. 5. as Abdulkadir Bihi.

Bihi, 29, was found with gunshot wounds inside a car that had been involved in a collision near Dixon Rd. and Islington Ave. West. at around 2:45 p.m. Thursday.

He was rushed to the hospital in life-threatening condition where he was pronounced dead.

The driver of the other vehicle involved in the incident apparently fled on foot.

No information has been released about suspects. Investigators are seeking information from people who were in the area that day.

Bihi is Toronto’s 47th homicide victim this year.

With files from Bryann Aguilar.

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