MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO - A Canada-wide warrant has been issued for a Mississauga, Ont., man wanted in a shooting at a restaurant that left one man dead and four others injured.

Naim Akl, who was 25, was killed when a gunman opened fire in the shop on May 29.

Akl's 56-year-old father -- who owned the restaurant, his 44-year-old mother, 22-year-old brother and a 58-year-old male employee, were also struck by bullets, however, his 13-year-old sister escaped uninjured.

Two men, 31-year-old Naqash Abbasi from Brampton and 25-year-old Suliman Raza of Mississauga are both charged with first-degree murder and five counts each of attempted murder using a firearm.

Police say the Canada-wide warrant has been issued for 20-year-old Anand Nath of Mississauga, who is wanted on identical charges and is believed to be in Montreal.

Peel Regional Police Deputy Chief Nick Milinovich says Nath represents a serious community safety risk, and anyone with information on his whereabouts or last month's shooting is asked to call police immediately.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published June 9, 2021.

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