Two Canada-wide arrest warrants linked to the frying pan attack on Elnaz Hajtamiri
Jaspreet Singh and Sukhpreet Singh, aged 24 and 23 respectively, are suspected of planning and then participating in the December 2021 gang attack on Elnaz Hajtamiri.
Two men face Canada-wide warrants in connection with the frying pan attack on Elnaz Hajtamiri, the young woman who has been missing since her abduction in the Toronto area. over a year ago.
York Regional Police publicly identified Jaspreet Singh of British Columbia and Sukhpreet Singh of Mississauga, Ontario on Thursday. They are accused of being directly involved in the planning and execution of the assault on Elnaz Hajtamiri, 37, in the underground parking lot of his condominium tower in Richmond Hill in December 2021 The young woman, struck in the head, had suffered a skull injury which required 35 to 40 stitches.
Police are encouraging the two men to get a lawyer and turn themselves in to authorities. We believe they are in Canada and have ties to British Columbia and Ontario, Detective Jason Dinsmore said at a press conference.
Five other men, including the victim's ex-spouse, Mohammad Lilo, have already been arrested in connection with the assault. Mr. Lilo faces charges including attempted murder.
The Quebecer is also accused of attempted kidnapping in the case of the kidnapping of Ms. Hajtamiri, which occurred only a few weeks after the violent attack. On January 12, 2022, three masked men dressed in police uniforms allegedly abducted the young woman from the home of a relative in Wasaga Beach, in the Barrie area.
Elnaz Hajtamiri, 37, remains missing.
York police say they are working with the York OPP #x27;Ontario (OPP), which is leading the investigation into this abduction. We share information daily, Detective Dinsmore argued. The OPP arrested a woman last week in connection with the disappearance.
A $100,000 reward is still available for those with information about what happened to Elnaz Hajtamiri.
“There are people who know what happened. We invite them to come forward.
—York Regional Police Detective Jason Dinsmore
Members of the public may contact police at 1-866-876-5423, ext. 7241, as well as Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or on the platform's webpage.