MORE than a dozen people have been injured in a bombing at a restaurant in Canada.
Police said two men walked into the Bombay Bhel restaurant in Mississauga, near Toronto, around 10.30pm on Thursday local time and detonated an improvised explosive device before fleeing.
As many as 15 people have been injured – at least three of them critically.
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The ages, genders and exact conditions of the injured were not immediately known.
Local police have released CCTV images of the two men who are believed to have detonated the homemade bomb as they try and track them down.
The men were captured on CCTV walking into the restaurant with dark zip-up hoodies pulled over their heads.
One of the men appeared to be carrying an object, thought to be the explosive device.
So far no one has claimed responsibility for the attack, the motive of which also remains unclear.
Mississauga is Canada’s sixth largest city with a population of 700,000 people and is situated approximately 32 kilometres west of Toronto.
Thursday night’s attack comes a month after a man drove a rental van into a crowd in Toronto, killing 10 people and injuring 15.
No further information was available at the time of writing.