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Peel Regional Police release new video evidence in Mississauga restaurant explosion

Police release video of suspects in Mississauga restaurant explosion running away from scene
WATCH ABOVE: Peel Regional Police have released more surveillance video following the Mississauga restaurant explosion. The latest video appears to show the two suspects wanted in connection with the explosion running away from the scene.

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. – Peel Regional Police have released surveillance video they say shows two suspects fleeing the scene of a restaurant explosion in Mississauga, Ont.

The grainy, black-and-white video, which is about 30 seconds long, shows two people running down a street near the Bombay Bhel restaurant, where 15 people were injured in the blast last Thursday night.

Police say they want to speak to anyone who may have been driving or walking in the area of Forum and Thornwood drives that night.

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They’re particularly interested in speaking to a driver whose path was crossed by one of the fleeing suspects.

Police say they’ll be canvassing the neighbourhood Thursday evening into Friday morning.

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Earlier this week, investigators said at least one of the two suspects may be a woman – contrary to their initial assertion that both were men.