A man who pleaded guilty to a deadly firebombing in Hamilton will have to wait a little longer to hear his fate.
The sentencing hearing for the Mississauga man, who cannot be identified because he was under 18 at the time of the 2012 incident, has been postponed to December 20.
He is the last of the five people involved in the death of Samir Anbari, who died inside the new Big Bee variety store on Main Street East after it was set on fire.
The man pleaded guilty to manslaughter after two vehicles with containers filled with gasoline were parked against the front doors of the store and set ablaze.
The 21-year-old Anbari was trapped him inside and died of smoke inhalation.
The Spectator reports he had just enough time to call his wife and tell her he loved her.