TORONTO – An arrest warrant for first-degree murder has been issued for a New Brunswick man and Quebec woman in connection with the slaying of an Ontario man.
Police say Clyde Marshall, 36, of New Brunswick and Sabrina Chouart, 27, of Gatineau, Que. are wanted in the death of Sina Parsi.
The Kleinburg, Ont. man was found dead on Friday night in a Toronto apartment. Parsi was last seen in the Toronto suburb of Vaughan.
Police are advising Marshall and Chouart to give themselves up and suggested they might want to seek legal advice.
He also says any friends or associates who help the two wanted people could face criminal charges.
Police found Parsi’s pickup in a parking lot on Thursday, but there was no sign of the 32-year-old man.
Parsi did not have his cellphone or wallet with him and had not contacted any friends or family since he had gone missing.
Police aren’t revealing the cause of death and are providing few other details.
Investigators say they believe they have a motive but aren’t making the information public.
By The Canadian Press