Toronto Police Are Offering $50,000 To Anyone Who Can Help Them Solve This Kensington Market Murder
Police need your help.
The murder of 2 men in Kensington Market back in 2016 has Toronto police completely stumped and they’re appealing to the public for help.
And to help incentivize someone into coming forward with information they’re offering a massive reward.
Anyone who gives police a tip that leads to the arrest and conviction of those responsible will get $50,000. Here are the facts of the case.
On July 1 of 2016 Justin Bokma, 42, and Lafrance Matthews, 41, were both shot and killed inside an illegal after-hours club in Kensington Market.
A pair of other people were also shot but survived the incident. There were about 40 to 50 people inside the club at the time of the shooting but police say they have had very few people come forward to talk to them about it.
Police say that they have learned that a group of five to six males showed up at the club, who were likely there to sell drugs.
Up to $50,000 reward for info to convict killer(s) of Justin Bokma & Lefranc Matthews at Retox Club 335 College St Toronto Fri July1/2016. Have info? Call Det Steve Henkel 416-808-7400 or email Steve.Henkel@TorontoPolice.on.ca or anonymous Crime Stoppers tip 1-800-222-8477 pic.twitter.com/XkqUDhwnQs— Homicide Squad (@TPSHomicide) June 13, 2018
They believe that at least one person in this group is responsible for the shooting. They’re looking for 3 suspects.
The first is described as black male, mid to late 20s, 5’9″ tall, with a skinny build and hair in braids to his shoulder.
The second is said to be a black male with a dark complexion, in his 30s, around 5’6″ tall, short with a skinny build, and crooked teeth. His right arm and hand are smaller and skinnier. He has a nickname of “Mo” or “Moe.”
The third suspect is described as black male, medium complexion, in his early 20s to early 30s, 5’9″ tall, with a medium build and clean-shaven.
You can find more info about the case in the video where police announced the reward below.
Anyone with any information is asked to call police at 416-808-7400 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS.