Ashley Andrews, 28, is wanted on a Canada-wide warrantwanted for accessory after the fact to murder and two counts of attempting to obstruct justice in connection with last summer's brutal killing of a disabled man.
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TORONTO — A week after a woman was charged for the torture and murder of a learning disabled man, a second woman is now sought for allegedly helping the accused killer avoid capture.
Police say Ashley Andrews, 28, is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for accessory after the fact to murder and two counts of attempting to obstruct justice.
Lori Ann Crook, 39, was taken into custody Apr. 3. and charged with first-degree murder and forcible confinement in George Fawell's death last summer.
The 24-year-old man's body was found dumped along the train tracks behind a community centre on Aug. 24, 2012.
Det.-Sgt. Gary Giroux said he was shocked at how horrifically Fawell was cut up.
"This was the worst sharp force injury that I have ever seen," the veteran investigator said at the time.
Crook remains in custody awaiting a bail hearing scheduled for April 30.
Giroux said he believes there will be more arrests.
"There were men involved in this as well," Giroux said.