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Halifax police identify witness who reportedly helped homicide victim

Police are pictured outside the Halifax Shopping Centre on April 22, 2024. (Paul DeWitt/CTV Atlantic)
Police are pictured outside the Halifax Shopping Centre on April 22, 2024. (Paul DeWitt/CTV Atlantic)
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Police in Halifax say they have identified a motorcycle driver who allegedly helped a homicide victim earlier this year.

Halifax Regional Police responded to a report of an injured person in the parking lot of Halifax Shopping Centre just after 5 p.m. on April 22.

Ahmad Maher Al Marrach, 16, was taken to hospital where he died from of his injuries.

Al Marrach’s death was ruled a homicide and four teens have since been charged in connection with his death.

Police now say they have identified a driver of a motorcycle who witnessed “some of the incident” and provided aid to Al Marrach.

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