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Jagota said he's good friends with Bombay Bhel's owner, and he stood outside the police tape with the owner's son.
"My main concern is that they're OK," he said, noting that the restaurant opened in the mid-1990s.
Ian said: "I am a well-documented retired member of the gangland community and I live a quiet life now.
"I'm known as the 'Giro Kid' but the quiet life suits me.
This does not happen in my Mississauga." Police said two men walked into the restaurant, located near Hurontario Street and Eglinton Avenue, around p.m.
on Thursday, detonated an explosive device, then fled the scene on foot before jumping into an unidentified vehicle.
He added that no one has reached out for help so far.
They took him to his Townhead flat to search for weapons - but came up empty handed.
"At this time we haven't ruled anything out as we start our investigation." The area outside the restaurant remained taped off Friday afternoon.