Toronto police have issued a warrant for the arrest of a Brampton man, wanted in connection with the murder of his colleague in Etobicoke last week.
31 year old Maninder Singh Sandhu, also of Brampton, was found dead by his family in the truck parking lot where he stored his tractor truck at BTI Cartage on Humber College Boulevard in the early hours of Saturday, October 1st.
Investigators say he was was shot several times in the torso by a man who also worked at the same trucking company at around 4.30.p.m the previous day.
34 year old Pardeep Chouhan is now wanted on a charge of second degree murder.
He is described as having a light brown complexion, 6’0″ tall, weighing 180 lbs., with black straight hair and a scar beside his right eye.
Police have released some very clear security camera images of the suspect and warn that he should be considered armed and dangerous as he does have access to firearms.
In an interesting twist, Peel Police issued a missing person’s alert for Chouhan on Tuesday afternoon.
In the release, they say that he was last seen at approximately 4.45.p.m. on Friday afternoon leaving 173 Carrier Drive in Etobicoke and driving a 2006 white Chrysler 300.
It stated that his family were concerned for his well being.
Meanwhile Toronto police say that Chouhan is believed to still be in the GTA and are advising to public not to approach him if they see him but rather to call 911 and report his location and description to police.
Anyone with information on the murder or the whereabouts of the supect is asked to contact Toronto Police Homicide Squad at 416-808-7400, or Detective Sergeant Graham Gibson directly at 416-808-7400 ext. 77415, Detective Lioumanis at 416-808-7400 ext. 7-7287, or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477).