Toronto police are offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of Max Edwin Tutiven.
Tutiven is wanted in connection with the death of a gas station employee in the city’s Briar Hill neighbourhood in Septmber 2012.
44-year-old Jayesh Prajapati was working a the Shell gas station near Marlee and Roselawn avenues, when he was struck by a vehicle as he attempted to stop a man from driving away without paying for his fuel.
He was transported to hospital where he later died.
The suspect was subsequently identified as 42 year old Max Edwin Tutiven of Toronto, he is described by police as white, with a dark complexion, five-foot-seven with dark brown hair and weighing between 220 and 230 pounds.
Police believe that Tutiven, who is also wanted on a number of other charges is still in Canada, possibly in the west or in the Montreal or Quebec area.
They are urging him to contact a lawyer and call police.
They are also urging people to cirucalte the infomation on social media using the hashtag #TurnMaxIn
Anyone with information is asked to come forward.
— Homicide Squad (@TPSHomicide) September 15, 2015