Brampton man wanted for attempted murder


The Windsor Police Service Major Crime Branch is looking for information in relation to a shooting that took place on the weekend. 

On Saturday, February 15, 2020, at approximately 12:30 a.m., patrol officers attended the 1300 block of Askin Avenue for a report of a male that had been shot. 

Through investigation, two suspects have been identified in relation to this shooting and one of those suspects has been arrested. 

The Windsor Police Service Major Crime Branch is continuing to investigate and is seeking public assistance in locating an outstanding wanted male suspect in relation to the incident.   

On Thursday February 20, 2020, officers located a parked vehicle associated to a suspect in the area of Park Street and Bruce Avenue. 

Patrol officers, along with the K-9 Unit, attended in the area in search of the suspect and officers located the suspect where he fled from them on foot. 

Police say a foot pursuit ensued and the suspect ignored commands to stop as he was under arrest. 

Subsequently, Police Service Dog (PSD) Hasko was deployed by his handler to assist in the arrest of the suspect. During the arrest, the suspect received non-life-threatening injuries and was transported to the hospital, according to police.

Through investigation, officers located and seized a large quantity of suspected fentanyl in possession of the suspect.

Jeffery Kumi, a 27-year-old male from Windsor, is charged with attempted murder, use firearm while committing indictable offence, discharge of a firearm, possession of a loaded firearm without authorization, possession of a restricted firearm, occupying a motor vehicle knowingly with a prohibited firearm, possession of a handgun for a purpose dangerous to public peace, breach of probation and possession for the purpose of trafficking - fentanyl.

Ilyas Gilao, a 19-year-old male from Brampton, is the outstanding suspect wanted for several offences in relation to the shooting, including attempted murder, according to police.

Police say Gilao is believed to have ties to the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and is to be considered armed and dangerous. 

The public is reminded to never approach a suspect and to call 911. 

The Major Crime Branch is seeking any information that may assist in locating Gilao. 

Anyone with information is asked to contact Windsor Police at 519-255-6700 ext. 4830, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 519-258-8477 (TIPS) or online at

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