“Gurvinder Nath, 24, Brampton man killed in Mississauga carjacking”

By | July 17, 2023



The tragic death of 24-year-old Gurvinder Nath, a Brampton resident, has left the community in shock and police on the hunt for his killers. Nath was brutally attacked during a carjacking in Mississauga and succumbed to his injuries five days later in the hospital.

According to Peel Regional Police, Nath, who was working as a food delivery driver, had just arrived at his destination in the Britannia and Creditview Rds. area of northwest Mississauga when he was confronted by unknown suspects who attempted to take his vehicle. A physical altercation ensued, resulting in Nath being left on the road with severe injuries as the culprits fled in his vehicle.

The area where the incident occurred has been plagued by gun violence and deaths in recent years, adding to the urgency of finding Nath’s killers. The stolen vehicle was later found near Old Derry and Creditview Rds., close to the scene of the carjacking.

Peel Regional Police are asking anyone with information or dashcam footage related to the incident to come forward and contact them or Peel Crime Stoppers. The investigation is ongoing, and police have not disclosed the number of culprits they are seeking in connection with the attack.

This tragic event serves as a reminder of the importance of community safety and the need for individuals to remain vigilant. It also highlights the risks that essential workers, such as food delivery drivers, face while carrying out their duties.

The loss of Gurvinder Nath has deeply impacted his loved ones and the community at large. As the investigation progresses, it is hoped that justice will be served, and measures will be taken to prevent similar incidents from occurring in the future..