After a cross-country search, a fourth man has been arrested in Vancouver in connection with the murder of a Brampton teenager.
Ahmed Ismail, 24, of Toronto was arrested in British Columbia on Tuesday. He was wanted by Halton Regional Police in relation to the June 30 homicide of 16-year-old Ezekiel Agyemang of Brampton.
Ismail was arrested by the Vancouver Police Department for an unrelated shooting. He has been charged in Halton for first degree murder and kidnapping. He has been charged in Vancouver for attempted murder in the unrelated case.
Ismail has been held in custody pending a bail hearing in Vancouver.
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All suspects in this local murder case have now been arrested.
In June, Agyemang’s body was found by a passerby in a remote area of Milton. He died as a result of a gunshot wound.
Ahmed Ismail has been charged in connection with the murder of Ezekiel Agyemang