Toronto police identify third suspect in the killing of a Maryland man

Posted at 8:17 PM, Nov 18, 2016

Toronto police have identified a third suspect in the killing of a man from Baltimore.

Andrew Christopher O’Brien, 28 is wanted for the second degree murder of Julian Jones.

Jones was in Toronto celebrating a friends bachelor party, when he was beaten by a group of men outside of a nightclub.

Jones suffered several blows to the head and died en route to the hospital.

RELATED: Family, friends remember Julian Jones 

Kenneth Omorogbe,25 and Kamari Folkes, 25 both of Toronto were arrested last week and charged with the second degree murder of Jones.

Police are now asking for O’Brien to turn his self in.

Detective Rob North of the Toronto police department will be flying to Baltimore to interview witnesses and meet with the Jones family, police said. 

Anyone with any info is asked to call 416-808-2222

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