Toronto police confirm arrest in Montreal of man wanted in 2012 murder

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MONTREAL — Toronto police have confirmed the arrest in Montreal of a man wanted in connection with a 2012 murder.

They say Max Tutiven was arrested this morning. 

Montreal police spokesman Andre Leclerc says there was a Canada-wide arrest warrant for the man.

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Leclerc says investigators had information that Tutiven may have been in a home in the city’s east end.

He says police were about to get a warrant to enter the building, but that he surrendered before they obtained it.


The Canadian Press

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