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Abilaziz Mohamed had been named just hours earlier as the most wanted on a list of Canada’s most violent fugitives.

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Abilaziz Mohamed’s days on the run came to an abrupt halt on Tuesday night.

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And he really didn’t have much to say, according to police. He didn’t make a fuss.

The 32-year-old accused killer had been named Number One on a list of Canada’s most violent fugitives just hours earlier. A $250,000 reward sweetened the pot.

By nightfall, someone had dropped a dime on the burly Mohamed, and by the end of the game, he was in handcuffs. The police would only say that he was pinched “somewhere in the GTA”.

Mohamed had been wanted for the cold-blooded murder of Craig MacDonald on Oct. 13, 2021, in the parking lot of Boston Pizza in the Cinemart Dr. and Milner Ave. area of ​​Scarborough.

Murder victim Craig MacDonald.  The alleged killer of him was captured Tuesday night.
Murder victim Craig MacDonald. The alleged killer of him was captured Tuesday night.

The 43-year-old father of five was watching his beloved Maple Leafs play the Habs on the big screen. But MacDonald had a minor problem with a man police say is Mohamed.

Mohamed allegedly waited for MacDonald in the parking lot, where he is accused of pulling the trigger on the working father.

“It was completely, absolutely ridiculous,” a law enforcement source told the Toronto Sun. “Just stupid and pointless.”

Mohamed appeared in court on Wednesday.

It was just the first domino to fall on the BOLO program that offers huge rewards for bringing about the arrest and conviction of the 25 most dangerous accused murderers in this nation.

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Mohamed’s tenure at the top of the heap was short-lived.

Toronto Police Detective-Sgt. Chris Ruhl called the rapid turnaround “unbelievable”.

“It was really spectacular,” Ruhl said, adding: “It was our good fortune that every time we received information about this case, it was indicative that Mr. Mohamed was still in GTA. This (BOLO) pushed us over the hump.

“It is a testimony that these initiatives work and the results speak for themselves.”

In a press release, Chief James Ramer said, “We hope this provides a little closure for the victim’s family.

“We work proudly and effectively with our partners at BOLO and this successful arrest sends a clear message to those who continue to evade justice: they will be found.”

A national program is offering a $100,000 reward for the capture of BC man Gene Karl Lahrkamp, ​​who is accused of killing former Vancouver gangster Jimi Sandhu in Thailand in February.
A national program is offering a $100,000 reward for the capture of BC man Gene Karl Lahrkamp, ​​who is accused of killing former Vancouver gangster Jimi Sandhu in Thailand in February. Photo per brochure

But just like the world’s oldest living person, the title of number 1 on any most wanted list is usually pretty short-lived. Some bloodthirsty child toiling in the criminal minors will soon make it to the greats and join the ignominious list.

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Police say the new No. 1 is 36-year-old Gene Karl Lahrkamp.

The former man from Trail, BC, is a former member of the Canadian Armed Forces, and police say he is wanted for an underworld murder in Thailand.

According to detectives, on February 5, 2022, two men emerged from the bushes at a beach resort in Phuket and fired 20 shots at former Abbotsford gangster Jimi Sandhu, 32, who died at the scene. The policemen recovered two 9mm pistols, a CZ and a Walther that had been thrown into the sea.

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Lahrkamp and his alleged accomplice were identified through CCTV footage and other evidence.

He is considered armed and dangerous.

A $100,000 reward has been offered for information leading to his arrest.

His tenure at the top will also undoubtedly be short-lived.

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