A beautiful finance whizz from Toronto has been accused of killing Rosemarie Junor on December 11. The attack has been described as random by police. Initially, suspect Rohinie Bisesar was considered a fugitive until she was arrested on December 15. On December 16, Rosemarie Junor, 28, succumbed to her wounds at a Toronto hospital.
Charges against Bisesar was subsequently upgraded to second-degree murder.
Police in Toronto described Bisesar as wearing a lavender dress shirt, black blazer and matching skirt. A still image from surveillance footage also showed her carrying a red shopping back. Bisesar was officially named as the prime suspect on December 14, three days after the attack. Cops say she didn't know the victim and that it was a "completely random act of violence."
Here are the photos that help to tell the story of this tragic incident.