PHOTO: The Curry House owner, Sharif Rahman, gets beaten to death by three racists on Main Street, Owen Sound KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Saturday, August 26, 2023

PHOTO: The Curry House owner, Sharif Rahman, gets beaten to death by three racists on Main Street, Owen Sound

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that The Curry House owner, Sharif Rahman, gets beaten to death by three racists on Main Street, Owen Sound.

Police are still searching for the suspects wanted in connection with the assault.

Two of the suspects fled south on 2nd Avenue East toward 9th Street and continued east, police said.

Officers said the first suspect is male, standing between five-feet-10-inches and six-feet-two-inches tall. He has a medium build and short, dark hair. He was seen wearing a light blue t-shirt, black shorts and black running shoes.

An Owen Sound man known as a beloved community member and restaurant owner has died one week after a violent assault.

Police say Sharif Rahman and his nephew were attacked on 900 block of 2nd Avenue East in Owen Sound by three men on Aug. 17.

They say the suspects violently attacked the 44-year-old man and his nephew, who suffered minor injuries, outside the establishment on the sidewalk before fleeing the scene.

Rahman was rushed to the hospital in critical condition.

On Friday, the organizer of a GoFundMe campaign launched for Rahman and his family following the attack confirmed his passing, writing in part, "We should always remember how loving and peaceful Sharif was, and use that as an inspiration in our own lives to strive to be kind towards those we meet in life."

Following news of Rahman's death, the City of Owen Sound announced all city facility flags would be lowered to half-mast on Friday at noon until noon on Monday.
Mayor Boddy offered his “sincere condolences” to Rahman’s wife, children, friends and family.

“Sharif was an exceptional member of our community, who dedicated his time to City and County Committees, as well as a successful entrepreneur, and a devoted family man,” Boddy said in a statement.

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