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UPDATE: Identified; 2nd suspect in Yonge-Dundas stabbing

Toronto Police have arrested 1 of two suspects, sought, in an early morning stabbing, north of Yonge-Dundas Square, and have now identified a 2nd suspect, who is stil outstanding.

 Police identify 21 year old Cory Galea, as a 2nd suspect in this incident.

 It was just after midnight;a 33-year-old man, walking in the same area, inadvertently bumped shoulders with one of the men while texting on his phone

- the man he bumped into took exception as a perceived slight and attacked the victim

- the man was able to defend himself from both his attackers

- the two took exception to the defence

- one of the men then stabbed the 33-year-old man in the heart

He was taken to hospital in critical condition.

One of the men was arrested shortly after. Mohamed Ali, 27, of Toronto, is charged with:

1) Attempt Murder
2) Aggravated Assault

A court date has not yet been set.

The second man (photo posted here) is described as white, 5'8", with short dark hair, and a chin strapped beard. He was wearing a black and white sweater. He may be familiar to people of the Yonge Street/Dundas Street, and Yonge Street/Gerrard Street areas.

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  1. DavidW_8846 posted on 08/14/2014 09:31 AM
    Real tough guy.
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