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    Slain man was newlywed and expecting 1st child

    A relative of the man shot dead Thursday outside a Dixon Rd. highrise says his cousin married earlier this year and was expecting his first child this month.

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A relative of the man shot dead Thursday outside a Dixon Rd. highrise says his cousin married earlier this year and was expecting his first child this month.

The cousin, 33, who did not wish to be identified, described 29-year-old Abdulkadir Bihi as a "young, lively person,” who was always in a positive light.

But something happened about a year-and-a-half ago. And the family he once was close to, he created distance between.

"My cousin took a wrong path, but he completely changed and I think for those reasons he was targeted,” said the relative. "He got married, moved far and severed ties with all his old friends.”

Around 2:46 p.m. that day, Toronto Police responded to the apartment building and found a man suffering from gunshot wounds in a vehicle parked out front. He was taken to hospital where he was pronounced dead.

An autopsy has confirmed the of death was a gunshot wound to the torso.

Bihi moved from Somalia to the Etobicoke area with his parents when he was a child. The last time the cousin touched base with him was a couple weeks ago.

"I spoke to him by phone...nothing seemed out of the ordinary,” the relative said. "(His family) is taking (it as best) as any parents (can, whose) son got killed by unknown people.”

The family is in the midst of making funeral arrangements, which may be held Sunday.

Investigators are trying to contact anyone who might have seen or heard anything around the time of the deadly shooting.

there is still no word on suspects.

Anyone with information should call police at 416-808-7400 or Crime Stoppers at 416-222-TIPS.

Source-www.torontosun.com




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