Canadian restaurant bombing suspects may be man and woman, police say

Police previously said both suspects were men. But Peel regional police Supt Rob Ryan said on Tuesday that new video evidence and witness interviews suggest at least one of the suspects could be a woman.

Investigators allege two people left an explosive device in the Mississauga, Ontario, restaurant and fled on foot before it detonated. They then jumped into an unidentified vehicle.

Police still do not know the motive. They are awaiting a forensic examination of the device, which they believe was homemade.

Fifteen of the approximately 30 people inside the Bombay Bhel restaurant were injured. All have since been released from hospital.