4th war crimes suspect arrested in Toronto area

CBC News

A fourth person living in Canada illegally and identified by the federal government as a suspected war criminal has been arrested in the Greater Toronto Area.

Henry Pantoja Carbonel, originally from Peru, was arrested and taken into custody by the Canada Border Services Agency, Public Safety Minister Vic Toews and Immigration Minister Jason Kenney told reporters Wednesday at a news conference in Ottawa.

A CBSA spokeswoman said Pantoja Carbonel, 53, was arrested on Tuesday. Three others identified by the federal government have already been taken into custody since last week, when Ottawa released the names of 30 suspected war criminals it says entered the country illegally.

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