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John Raposo was killed in a daylight shooting in Toronto's Little Italy Monday, June 18, 2012. (Toronto Police handout photo)
John Raposo was killed in a daylight shooting in Toronto's Little Italy Monday, June 18, 2012. (Toronto Police handout photo)

Two more suspects charged in Toronto Little Italy shooting Add to ...

Toronto police say they’ve charged two more suspects and are seeking another in the shooting death of a man on a crowded Little Italy patio last summer, 680 News reports.

John Raposo, 35, was shot in the head and killed on June 18 while dozens of soccer fans gathered at a gelato shop to watch a soccer game.

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Dean Wiwchar, 27, of Vancouver, has already been charged with first-degree murder in the attack, which came weeks after a public shooting in the food court of the Eaton Centre shopping mall killed two people.

Police said Rabih Alkhalil, 25, is wanted on a charge of first-degree murder in the death of Mr. Raposo.

Police released a photo of Mr. Alkhalil, who is also wanted on drug and organized crime related offences by police in Quebec and Niagara Region.

Investigators say he’s known to frequent Ottawa and Montreal and may have contacts in Vancouver but caution anyone who sees him should call 911 and not approach him.

Police also released the names of two other men facing first-degree murder charges in the shooting: Nicola Nero, 36, of Niagara Falls, was taken into custody today and Martino Caputo, 39, of Toronto, was arrested Saturday in Germany.

Police say Mr. Caputo is being held by German authorities on a warrant for drug-related offences in Niagara Region and that extradition proceedings are pending.

Staff Insp. Greg McLane says police believe Raposa’s killing was targeted and that there are links to organized crime.

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