A 28-year-old Nigerian student was stabbed to death during a fight in Canada. The victim, Ifeanyichukwu Oseke was identified by Toronto police.
However, he was fatally stabbed during a fight in a Scarborough plaza, over the weekend.
Currently, the accident is treated as a killing. The victim was rushed to the hospital but succumbed to his injuries on the way there.
According to the police report, the fight broke out on Sunday 25th of June shortly after 7 p.m., in the area of Eglinton Avenue East and Brimley Road.
According to the Toronto Police Service Duty Inspector. Jeff Banglid told reporters that at the scene that two people were fighting in the plaza, which left one with serious injuries.
The police also said the male suspect was last seen getting inside of a dark-coloured sedan, heading south on Brimley Road.
A man with medium-length dark hair, wearing a light-coloured tank top, pants, and shoes described by the police.
Bangild said “It was very populated at the time and we understand there was a number of people that actually had seen this event.” Adding police believe it to be an isolated incident with no risk to public safety.
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