Authorities have issued a public plea for help in locating four men of Indian origin, aged between 22 and 30, in connection with an aggressive assault in Brampton, a Canadian city.
The individuals—Aftaab Gill (22), Harmandeep Singh (22), Jatinder Singh (25), and Satnam Singh (30)—reportedly assaulted a victim in the vicinity of McLaughlin Road and Ray Lawson Boulevard on September 8. Peel Regional Police's Criminal Investigation Bureau revealed that multiple assailants attacked the victim and fled before law enforcement arrived at the scene.
The victim sustained severe yet non-life-threatening injuries and received medical attention at a local hospital. All four suspects are residents of Brampton, Ontario, and are wanted for aggravated assault.
Authorities urge anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of these individuals to contact the investigators.
In a separate incident from August, murder charges were pressed against Parminder Singh Brar (31) and Simarpal Singh (21) linked to an aggravated assault resulting in the death of a 55-year-old man in British Columbia.
During the same month, Dilip Kumar Dholani, a senior citizen visiting from India, was subjected to a vicious attack, stabbed 17 times in broad daylight while out with his granddaughter in a stroller in Oshawa, within the Greater Toronto Area.
(With Agency Inputs)