Two men are wanted in relation to an Oct. 23 incident in which several gunshots were fired into a crowd of 15-20 people at 469 Kingsway, Greater Sudbury Police Service report.
In a media release dated Nov. 24 but emailed two days later on Friday, police report that two men suffered non-life-threatening injuries as a result of the incident.
Police report that three men are believed to have been responsible for the shooting and that warrants have been issued for the arrest of the two suspects not already in custody.
Those at large include:
- Awale Abdi, 35, is currently wanted on a Canada-wide arrest warrant for Attempted Murder with a Firearm and numerous associated offences. He is known to have ties to Ottawa and Alberta.
- Mohamed Ahmed, 30, is currently wanted on a Canada-wide arrest warrant for Attempted Murder with a Firearm and numerous associated offences. He is known to have ties to the Greater Toronto Area.
The suspect already in custody is Omer Duri, 19, who has been arrested for Attempted Murder with a Firearm and other associated offences.
Greater Sudbury Police Service is urging people to not approach these suspects as they should be considered armed and dangerous.
Anyone with information related to the whereabouts of the two suspects at large are asked to phone police at 705-675-9171 or Crime Stoppers at 705-222-8477.
Police initially described the incident in a tweet as a “weapons complaint” that involved the hospitalization of two males and that police were looking for the involved parties. The incident was also reported at the time to have been isolated.
The media contact provided by Greater Sudbury Police Service was not immediately available for comment on Friday afternoon.