Here's What We Know About The Toronto Couple Wanted For First Degree Murder

The 28 and 25-year-old are also wanted for attempted murder of another victim.

On March 4, Hamilton Police announced that a Toronto couple wanted for murder was still at large following the death of a 39-year-old man. 

The victim has since been identified as British Columbia resident Tyler Pratt. Police have named 28-year-old Oliver Karafa and 25-year-old Yun (Lucy) Lu Li as the suspects.  

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In 2014, Karafa was sentenced to five years in prison for his role in a 2012 impaired driving crash in which his passenger, 24-year-old David Chiang, was killed. 

Staff Sgt. Jim Callender spoke to reporters last week and said that Karafa and Lu Li might've left the scene in a Land Rover.

Yun Lu Li has no conviction record under the Ontario Court of Justice.

She has two sisters and the trio has a joint Instagram account with over 37,600 followers, one of whom is Toronto's chair girl Marcella Zoia.

The National Post names Toronto businesswoman Hong Wei "Winnie" Liao as Lu Li's mother.

Liao is an executive at financial-management business Respon International Group who appears to be a supporter of the Liberal party. The outlet shared a photograph of Liao shaking hands with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

A woman of the same name has donated approximately $20,000 to the party since 2014, according to the Elections Canada database.

The family has issued a statement to the Chinese media on Lu Li's alleged involvement in Pratt's murder, saying they are "deeply shocked, disturbed and puzzled by Lucy’s involvement in the unfortunate incident," according to the Post. 

Hamilton Police have not provided any updates about the investigation, however, they encourage anyone with information that may be helpful to contact Det. David Tsuchida at 905-546-4123.

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