Police combed through the restaurant for evidence after the blast but have now moved on to a new phase in the investigation.
It has been announced that police have wrapped up all the work they need to do at the restaurant.
The restaurant however will remain closed for the time being but will reopen at some point according to a post made on its Facebook page.
"We have been serving our customers for over 30 years and will do so for another 30 years in the great city of Mississauga."
Police are now in the process of trying to track down those who were responsible for the explosion.
Over the weekend police also said that right now there is no reason to suspect terrorism or a hate crime as a motive.
Images and descriptions of 2 suspects have been released but no names have been given for either of them.
One is described as five-foot-10-inches to six-feet tall, mid-20s and having a stocky build. This man was last seen wearing dark blue jeans, a dark zip-up hoodie pulled over his head, a light grey baseball hat and black cloth covering his face.
Two parties fled the scene immediately after the incident. 1st described as male, 5’10-6feet, stocky build, mid-20s, light skin, wearing dark blue jeans, dark zip up hoodie pulled over head, baseball cap with light grey peak, face covered with black cloth material.— Peel Regional Police (@PeelPoliceMedia) May 25, 2018
The other is between five-feet-nine-inches and five-feet-10-inches tall and having a thin build. He was last seen wearing faded blue jeans, a dark zip-up hoodie pulled over his head, a grey T-shirt, dark-coloured skate shoes. This man’s face was also covered.
2nd male described as 5’9”-5’10”, fair skin, thin build, faded blue jeans, dark zip-up hoodie hood pulled over head, grey t-shirt, dark coloured skate shoes, face covered. Looking for public’s assistance in identifying the parties that fled following the explosion.— Peel Regional Police (@PeelPoliceMedia) May 25, 2018
Anyone with any information about how these men are asked to contact 12 Division Criminal Investigations Bureau at 905-453-2121 ext. 1233.
Source: Global News