Dedicated tip-line set up to help solve restaurant bombing

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MISSISSAUGA

The case is baffling, no one seems to know who was behind the senseless bombing at Bombay Bhel, starting with the police. But there are people out there who do and with that knowledge in mind, Peel Regional Police made the following announcement this week: “This is a highly complex process that involved the co-operation of multiple bureaus and specialized units of the Peel Regional Police. We have set-up a full-time Task Force to work on this incident and a dedicated phone line 1-866-966-0616. They will explore every possible avenue and every available lead.”
At a special press briefing earlier this week, the police confirmed that they believe one of the two suspects who walked inside Bombay Bhel restaurant in Mississauga and left an IED that left 15 people injured, could be a woman.
The IED is homemade and was likely left around the front entrance of the restaurant as the suspects escaped quickly.
The bomb has been sent to the Centre of Forensic Sciences to be analyzed.
Despite all the speculation and rumours doing the rounds, there is no indication at this point that the explosion was a hate crime or act of terrorism.
Meanwhile, as Peel Regional Police hunt for the motive and the “cowardly” suspects in the near-deadly restaurant bombing, a GoFundMe page has been set up for the 15 people, including three with critical injuries, who were hospitalized.

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