Police expand manhunt for Toronto abduction suspect

The search for a man wanted in connection with the abductions of two Toronto-area men has been expanded.

The search for a man wanted in connection with the abductions of two Toronto-area men has been expanded.

The search for a man wanted in connection with an abduction earlier this year has expanded to Montreal and Vancouver. ((The Canadian Press))

Peel Regional Police said Wu Guo Wei, whom they have been searching for more than a month, might have fled to Vancouver or Montreal.

Wu, 43, is wanted in connection with the abductions of Jun Fei, 40, and Jaingou Han, 44, who disappeared from Fei's Mississauga home on Jan. 20.

Fei had hired Han to sell his 15-room mansion on Featherston Drive.

Fei was found six days later in the Don Mills area, but police disclosed few details, citing concern over Han's safety.

Han's whereabouts are unknown, and police said getting him back safely remains their top priority.

Peel Police have advised their counterparts in Vancouver and Montreal that Wu may be hiding to avoid arrest. 

He's considered dangerous.

Police said at the time they had found signs of "concern" in the house after family members reported the two men missing.

"After Mr. Fei was found at that point the investigation revealed that Mr. Wu was responsible for the abduction," said Peel Regional Police Constable George Tudos.

Wu Guo Wei is described as being 5'7", 170 pounds. He is known to police in connection with a fraud case.