WATCH: Police name third suspect in vicious attack on man with autism

Peel Regional Police say they have identified the third and final suspect wanted in connection with a jaw-dropping attack on a man with autism in Mississauga.

Police have called the March 13 attack on an unsuspecting 29-year-old man at the Square One bus terminal unprovoked and savage.

Security video of the incident shows the victim at the bottom of a flight of stairs changing into inline skates when three suspects come down the steps and immediately rain punches and kicks on him.

The victim suffered serious injuries including a broken nose and cuts to his face.


Police have issued a Canada-wide warrant for arrest of 21-year-old Jaspaul Uppal on a charge of aggravated assault.

While investigators do not know where Uppal is living now, Const. Harinder Sohi tells NEWSTALK 1010 Uppal is from the west coast. Peel police also got help from western police agencies and fielded tips from British Columbia.

Uppal's co-accused, Ronjot Singh Dhami and Parmvir Singh Chahil also have ties to the west coast.

They are charged with aggravated assault.

Peel Regional Police

"Two have been arrested and we're going to get this third guy now," Sohi said Thursday.

Sohi says the victim is happy with the outcome of the case so far and is doing well.