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RSS FeedsTwo boys, 12 and 9, found dead in Brampton home. Peel homicide squad investigating
(The Star Toronto Raptors)

 
 

7 november 2019 19:45:12

 
Two boys, 12 and 9, found dead in Brampton home. Peel homicide squad investigating
(The Star Toronto Raptors)
 




Peel police are investigating after two boys were found dead Wednesday evening at a Brampton home.Police received a call for medical assistance from inside the home on Hiberton Crescent, near Sandalwood Parkway West and Creditview Road. around 10:55 p.m. They found two boys, 12 and 9, dead at the scene.At the scene, neighbour Paula Da Silva identified the two boys who lived at the home as Jonathan Bastidas, 12, and Nicolas Bastidas, 9.“They’re a wonderful family,” said Da Silva, who said she is the boys’ teacher at a before and after school program. “I can’t even process it,” she said.Both boys attend Bonaventure Catholic Elementary School, which is nearby, Da Silva said.Peel police have not yet named the boys and have not released a cause of death. “Our investigators are still investigating, canvassing and speaking with people. As far as the actual cause of death, we’re not speaking to that at this point,” Const. Heather Cannon told reporters at the scene, adding that officers were speaking to the occupants who were in the home at the time.“With this particular case I think it’s going to touch a lot of people,” she said.Peel’s homicide bureau is investigating.Police have called the deaths an “isolated” incident that poses no threat to the community. A Peel police mobile command centre blocked off half of the snowy suburban street Wednesday morning as Neighbours gathered in clusters.The two-story brick detached home could be seen behind police tape, with Halloween decorations still visible by the door.“They’re a nice family,” said Mina Deabreu, who has lived in the area for 16 years.“I can’t understand it.”Rifat Bhuiyan, who lives directly across from the closed-off area on Hiberton Crescent, said she would often see the boys outside playing basketball. “We’re shocked, in our neighbourhood, about why and how it’s h ...
 
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