The Peel district police say they are trying to kill a 14-year-old man after he found his body on a Friday morning near the Mississauga park.
The search was made by a traveler around Hartington Ct., About 8 a.m. in the Truscott district and Southdown Rd.
Residents in the area, including Jesse Quintano, said the event was "undergoing a detrimental effect" for people who are " walk with the area.
"There are many police cars and nobody tells us a lot," she said on Instagram. "I'll walk there all the time."
Carla Pereira, a spokesperson for the Peel Area School Board, would not have to consider whether the boy is going to; Attending one of the schools as the police still have not shown their identity.
She said that, when there is a death or incident in the community, schools always involve additional support to help students and staff if necessary.
Surveyors about the slaughter of the scene are presented instead for witnesses.
Anyone with information can contact the police at 905-453-2121, ext. 1133 no Peel Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
This massacre comes near 10 years to the day after the age of 13 years of age at Clarkson in the community weather. Aleksandra Firgan-Hewie was killed on 10 December, 2008. His long-lived friend was convicted of his first murder.
Right – December 7, 2018: This story was updated from a previously published version to correct the age of the boy. The original Peel Region police began to be 13 years old.
With files from Isabel Teotonio