Canadian police have launched a huge manhunt for two suspects who set off a homemade bomb at a restaurant in a Toronto suburb.
Peel Regional Police has asked for the public’s help to identify the men behind the “horrendous act”, which injured 15 people, three critically.
According to BBC News, two suspects entered the Bombay Bhel restaurant in Mississauga and detonated the improvised bomb last night.
The pair then fled the scene after the blast at 10:30pm.
“There is no indication this is a terrorist act,” Peel Regional Police Chief Jennifer said, “no indication this is a hate crime.”
But she noted investigators are not ruling out any particular motive at this early stage in the investigation.