Police identify second suspect in Yonge-Dundas stabbing
TORONTO – Toronto police have identified a second suspect in a downtown stabbing that left a 33-year-old man with life-threatening wounds.
Investigators say they are seeking 21-year-old Cory Galea of no fixed address.
They say he may be familiar to those in the area of Yonge and Dundas streets, where the attack took place just after midnight Wednesday.
Police have said the two suspects were walking when the 33-year-old inadvertently bumped shoulders with one of them while texting on his phone.
They say that triggered an attack that led one of the suspects to stab the 33-year-old in the heart.
Police previously arrested 27-year-old Mohamed Ali and charged him with attempted murder and aggravated assault.