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Clyde Marshall, Sabrina Chouart, Toronto Murder Suspects, May Be Headed To B.C.: Police

06/16/2015 11:21 EDT | Updated 06/16/2016 05:59 EDT

UPDATE - June 23, 2015: Police arrested the pair in Niagara Falls, Ont. and have charged them with first-degree murder.

TORONTO - Police believe two people wanted in the death of a Toronto-area man could be headed to British Columbia.

Vancouver police say Clyde Marshall of New Brunswick and Sabrina Chouart of Quebec may be travelling to the Lower Mainland.

Marshall and Chouart are wanted in the death of Sina Parsi, whose body was found on Friday.

A video released by Toronto police Monday shows a man and a woman with a large brown dog walking down the hall of the eighth floor of the Toronto apartment building where police say Parsi's body was discovered.

Police said Monday they believed the pair was travelling with the dog and were likely hitchhiking rather than using the train or bus because of the animal.

But the dog was later found abandoned in Toronto and police now say Chouart and Marshall, who are wanted on a first-degree murder warrant, have been travelling without the dog since early Saturday.

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