Homicide Suspect Turns Himself In to Police

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Musab Khamis Saboon Still At Large and Sought by Police

THUNDER BAY – BREAKING – The Thunder Bay Police Service has arrested and charged a second suspect in connection with the homicide investigation of Lee CHIODO.

Marshall HARDY-FOX, 27, of Thunder Bay, turned himself into police in evening hours of Sunday, March 3. He appeared in court this morning and was formally charged with First-Degree Murder and Kidnapping. He has been remanded into custody with a future appearance date.

David HUI, 47, of Thunder Bay was arrested in the evening hours of Saturday, March 2, and was also charged with First-Degree Murder and Kidnapping. He appeared in court over the weekend and was also remanded into custody with a future appearance date.

A Canada-wide warrant has been issued for a third suspect. Musab Khamis SABOON, 27, of Kitchener, Ont., is wanted for First-Degree Murder and Kidnapping. If you have any information that could help police locate SABOON, call 684-1200 or 911.

You may also call the special tip line at 684-1545 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477, online at www.p3tips.com.

If you see Mr. SABOON, call 911. Do not confront or approach him.

The investigation into the homicide of Mr. CHIODO continues.


THUNDER BAY – BREAKING – One of the suspects sought by Thunder Bay Police in the kidnapping and murder of has turned themselves in.

Marshall Hardy-Fox has according to informed sources turned himself in and will have a court appearance later today.

Police issued wanted notices for Hardy-Fox and Musab Khamis SABOON, for 1st Degree Murder and Kidnapping on Sunday.

That leaves Musab Khanis SABOON still at large.

If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Musab Khamis SABOON, 27, Of Kitchener, Ont., please call police at 684-1200 or 911.

Police advise: Do not approach or confront this individual. SABOON is wanted for thje very serious charges of First-Degree Murder and Kidnapping.


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