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Man punched in face for asking why another man wasn't wearing a face mask

A man punched another man in the face on the Sept. 18 in the Flemingdon Park area of North York after having been asked why he wasn't wearing a mask.

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A man punched another man in the face on the Sept. 18 in the Flemingdon Park area of North York after having been asked why he wasn't wearing a mask.

The incident occurred in the area of Greater Toronto near Don Mills Road and Gateway Boulevard at a convenience store, according to CP24. The unknown assailant entered the store without a mask. The victim, who was already inside, asked the perpetrator why he wasn't wearing a mask.

In response, the man punched the victim in the mouth, breaking several teeth.

The suspect is described as having black hair and brown skin, male and in his early 20s. He was wearing brown clothes and possibly goes by the name "Faisel" or "Faisal." There is a possibility that he speaks the Dari language.

The title image for this article contains stills from security camera footage from the convenience store showing the alleged perpetrator on his way in.

Anyone who has any information whatsoever regarding this ongoing investigation is encouraged to contact Toronto police at (416) 808-5500 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at (416) 222-TIPS (8477).

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