15-year-old Mississauga girl, Cambridge man charged after body found near Seneca College campus

A line of trees off Dufferin Street near 15th Sideroad. Google Maps / Screenshot

A teen girl from Mississauga and a man from Cambridge have been charged with first-degree murder after an 18-year-old man from Montreal was found dead near a college campus in the township of King, Ont., in April.

Early on a Sunday morning in mid-April, a dog walker called officers with York Regional Police. They had been on a trail near a Seneca Polytechnic College campus off Dufferin Street when they came across a body.

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According to police, homicide detectives were called in and a post-mortem was ordered.

The victim was identified as 18-year-old Zackhry Ramnath from Montreal.

Police said an investigation followed and, in July, two suspects were arrested and charged.

A 15-year-old girl and a 19-year-old man were charged with first-degree murder, officers said.

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