Peel Police is now looking for a brother of a man accused of second degree murder after a 14 year old boy was found dead in Mississauga, Ont., Park early in the morning on Friday.
In late Saturday noon police issued an arrest warrant to Mark Mahabir, 20 years from Mississauga, on the same charge. He is brother Nicholas Mahabir, also 20, who was arrested Friday night. Mark Mahabir "is considered a danger to the public," Peel said in a report.
"If it is, do not approach and call immediately."
Mark Mahabir is referred to as male, South Asian, standing 5 "tall with black hair and black eyes.
Yesterday Saturday, the police said that Nicholas Mahabir was charged with second degree murder. It was planned on Saturday in court.
The body was found on Friday morning
Police were called shortly before half an hour to the Lewisham and Truscott area in Mississauga, a city west of Toronto where they found a boy's body.
The police now identified the victim as Riley Driver-Martin.
Police spokeswoman Peel was silenced early on Saturday afternoon and said the accused had been arrested Friday night. Konst. Iryna Yashnyk could not confirm the cause of the boy's death, nor did she process the information published on Friday that the body had obvious signs of trauma.
Yashnyk also did not answer questions about the possible motive of knowing whether the victim and the accused knew each other.
Teenager left home on Thursday evening but was not reported missing, Peel Const. Given Marttini, another power spokesman, he told reporters on Friday.
The park where the boy was found is not far from Clarkson High School, where the victim attended classes. In a letter sent to Clarkson's families, she said that "the police believe this is an isolated incident and we have assured that there are no other security measures in our school."
School Board Peel District School had advisors on Saturday for students and employees who wanted to talk about their origins. The council also tweeted a copy of how to deal with emotional stress. 11 tips involved finding a "safe and comfortable environment" that would share thoughts and feelings without speculating on what happened, verbally or online, and keeping up with normal routines.
Investigators appeal to witnesses, anyone with video footage or who may know anything about the case, to call Peel police murder and missing persons bureau at 905-453-2121, ext. 3205 or Crime Lock at 800-222-TIPS.