Six people injured in a bombing at a Mississauga restaurant in May are suing the establishment, claiming the restaurant should have taken better precautions to prevent harm to its customers.
Peel Regional Police allege two suspects, one of whom may be female, planted an improvised bomb containing nails in the Bombay Bhel restaurant on May 24 at 5035 Hurontario St. The blast injured 15 out of the approximately 40 people in the restaurant at the time. All have since been released from hospital.
Police have not announced a motive for the attack and no arrests have been made.
“Clearly it was an intentional act,” Peel Regional Police Sergeant Matt Bertram said. “But the motive for that’s still under investigation.”