Two suspects detonate a bomb in a restaurant in Ontario, Canada; several people injured, three critically
Police are hunting two people who detonated a bomb in a Canada restaurant injuring at least 15 people, three critically.
Paramedics said the three people with serious injuries were taken to trauma centres to be treated for "critical blast injuries".
The two suspects fled the scene in Mississauga, Ontario, after letting off the improvised explosive device after the blast at 10.30 pm local time.
Both men are described as being around 1.77 metres tall with fair skin — one was said to be in his mid-20s, wearing blue jeans and a zip-up hoodie.
Police issued CCTV footage and appealed for help finding the suspects.
"There is no indication this is a terrorist act," Peel Regional Police Chief Jennifer said.