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The suspect may be "on the run" after the mother and mother award in Toronto: police



CTVNews.ca Staff

Posted Saturday, November 24, 2018, 13:55 EST

Last Updated Saturday, 24 November, 2018 17:34 EST

Toronto police want a 46-year-old to surrender after a 16-year-old girl and her mother were violently assaulted at the eastern end of the city.

The police say the officers were summoned to an apartment complex in Scarborough at approximately 18 o'clock. in Friday. After the police arrived, they found a 16-year-old girl with many injuries and cut wounds on her head, neck and shoulders. The 37-year-old teenager's mother has also suffered serious injuries to her head.

The teenager has entered a hospital in a life-threatening condition. She remains in an intensive care unit but her condition is now considered stable. Mother has also entered a hospital, but she was released, CTC Toronto officers reported.

The motive for the attack is still unknown. Police say the suspect has two young children with the 37-year-old victim, but it's not related to the teenager.

The suspect is considered "armed and dangerous" and the police invite him to hire a lawyer and surrender.

"You'll just run and we'd like to resolve this sooner than later," Det. Jason Hillee said on a press conference Saturday.

Hillier added that the police are concerned that the suspect may be "on the run".

"We really do not know where he is. He has a relationship in GTA so he can be anywhere in our region, "he said.

In response to the incident, the police issued an arrest warrant for 46-year-old Harry Rajkumar of Toronto. He needs two assault attacks, two counts of aggravated assault and one count of non-compliance.

Police describe Raikumar as a height of 5 feet to 11 inches and weighs 160 kilograms. Last saw him wear a red shirt with a white zipper jacket and is believed to drive the Toyota Tundra in 2009.

With files from CTV Toronto and CP24


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