This photo of Mohamed Wehbe was posted on a Facebook profile of a man calling himself Khalid Wehbe shortly after 5:14 a.m. Friday.
Credits: (QMI Agency)
But shortly after QMI Agency found the photos of Mohamed Wehbe they mysteriously disappeared.
On Friday, a man calling himself Khalid Wehbe posted photos of Mohamed Wehbe shortly after 5:14 a.m. on his Facebook page -- though it is not clear whether the pictures were taken recently.
It is also unclear whether Mohamed Wehbe, who has a Canada-wide warrant out for his arrest, remains in Cuba.
After QMI Agency contacted Khalid Wehbe, through Facebook, the photos were promptly removed and later in the day his profile was deleted altogether.
The images show the two Wehbes together along with other young men and women posing at what Khalid Wehbe describes as the "Havana Resort." Several show them posing with imaginary guns.
Yazdan Ghiasvand Ghiasi was shot through the heart in a Dec. 6, 2010 drug deal gone wrong.
Mohamed Wehbe, 18, of Ottawa is facing a charge of second-degree murder in the killing but cops have no idea where he is. Investigators say they believe he might have fled the country.
Police say Mohamed Wehbe is the suspected shooter.
When contacted in December, Wehbe's mother said police had been in contact about Ghiasi's death but seemed unaware her son was alleged to be involved in his murder.
"I just know he went (on) vacation," she said.
"I don't know nothing," she said when pressed for more information.
Three other men were charged in relation to the murder.
Abdulhamid Wehbe faces a charge of second-degree murder while Zakaria Dourhnou, 18, pleaded guilty to attempting to obstruct justice and breach of probation. He was sentenced to a year in jail and three years of probation in April.
The third man, Khaled Wehbe, remains out on bail after he was charged with being an accessory after the fact.
Police say Ghiasi was a small-time pot dealer and a quarrel over it left the Notre Dame High School athlete dead on a sidewalk outside 340 Booth St.
Cops on Friday said there were no updates on their pursuit of Mohamed Wehbe other than "it's still under investigation."
Mohamed Wehbe is described as 6-feet tall, 126 lbs. with dark hair and of Middle-Eastern descent.
Anyone who knows Wehbe's whereabouts, or has any information, should contact police at 613-236-1222, ext. 5493, or Crime Stoppers at 613-233-8477.