April 27, 2019 10:52 am
Updated: April 28, 2019 10:01 am

4 suspects charged in connection with 2016 Toronto homicide: police

Police investigate the death of Faysal Mohamed Hees, 26, in Etobicoke on Dec. 19, 2016.

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Toronto police say they have charged four people in connection with a 2016 homicide in Etobicoke.

Police said they were called to a residential building in the Islington Avenue and St. Andrews Boulevard area on Dec. 19, 2016 for a medical call.

At the time of the incident, investigators said a man was found with a “severe injury,” but did not disclose the nature of the injury.

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The victim, 26-year-old Faysal Mohamed Hees, who was a resident of the building, later died at the scene.

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The death was quickly labelled suspicious and homicide investigators took over the case.

Police said a post-mortem examination later determined the cause of death was a gunshot wound.

On Saturday, investigators announced they charged three men in connection with the shooting.

Adil Zeno, 21, of Toronto was arrested on Friday and charged with first-degree murder.

He was scheduled to appear in court at Old City Hall Saturday morning.

Mohamud Duale, 27, and Ahmed Abdi Siyad, 26, both of Toronto, also face a charge of accessory after the fact for murder and are expected to appear in court on Monday.

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At the time, police said a 24-year-old woman who was also wanted in connection with the shooting remained outstanding.

Monique Ibrahim, also known as Rose Carter, was wanted on a first-degree murder charge but was thought to have fled Toronto, police said.

Late Saturday, investigators announced that Ibrahim turned herself in and was charged.

She was scheduled to appear in court at Old City Hall on Sunday.

Monique Ibrahim, who is also known as Rose Carter, surrendered to police on Saturday.

Handout / Toronto Police

-With files from Nick Westoll

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