April 20, 2024

A Nigerian student identified as Ifeanyichukwu Oseke has reportedly gotten into a brawl and was tragically stabbed on Sunday night at a Scarborough plaza in Canada.

The tragic occurrence occurred at Brimley Road and Eglinton Avenue East just after 7 o’clock in the evening, according to the Toronto Police.

“Information was received that two individuals had been fighting in the plaza. One of them had some serious injuries that required an emergency run to a local hospital,” said Toronto Police Service Duty Inspector Jeff Bangild at the scene Sunday night.

Unfortunately, one person has succumbed to their injuries. The victim in this matter has not yet been identified as the investigation is ongoing.”

According to a report by CP24, Ifeanyichukwu Oseke passed away en route to the hospital, and the event is now being regarded as a homicide,

The culprit was reportedly observed running away from the scene with another individual, but no descriptions have been provided by the police.

Due to the bustling nature of the plaza at the time of the event, investigators are pleading for any witnesses to come forward.

Police added, “It was very populated at the time, and we understand that there were a number of people who actually had seen this event,” adding that they believe it to be an isolated incident and that there is no danger to the public’s safety.

When questioned about the stabbing’s weapon, the police claimed that it seemed to be a “edged weapon” of some sort.

Businesses in the neighborhood are being urged by police to review their surveillance video first thing in the morning for anything that can help with the homicide inquiry.

Police have described the unidentified suspect as a male with medium-length dark hair who was wearing light-colored jeans, a tank top, and shoes.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers or the police in an anonymous manner.

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