Third man charged in Brampton woman’s murder

Abdulla Kaddoura, 28, was arrested Tuesday in London, Ont. and charged with first-degree murder

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A third suspect has been arrested in last year’s murder of a Brampton woman.

Peel Regional Police say Abdulla Kaddoura, 28, was taken into custody Tuesday in London, Ont. and charged with first-degree murder in connection with the death of Sangita Sharma — a 56-year-old woman found shot to death in the garage of her Brampton home on Aug. 13, 2020.

The accused appeared on Wednesday in Brampton court for a bail hearing.

Police also released new video of the suspects fleeing the scene of Sharma’s slaying.

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Kaddoura’s arrest comes less than a week after Malik Essue, 23 — also of London — was arrested by Mounties in Fort McMurray, Alta. and handed over to Peel police.

London’s Fiseha Girmay Habtegabir, 19, was also arrested on June 4 after what police described as a lengthy investigation.

All three accused stand charged with first-degree murder.

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“This is a complex investigation which continues along with our investigators devotion to ensuring justice and answers for Sangita Sharma’s loved ones,” said Deputy Chief Nick Milinovich in a statement.

Anybody with information should call police at 905-453-2121, ext. 3205, or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

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