The investigation into the death of a man inside a burning variety store in Hamilton has led to two more arrests.
Two Mississauga men -- 22-year-old Elly Zreik and 24-year-old Matthew McLeod -- were arrested yesterday and charged with second degree murder and arson disregarding human life.
21-year-old Samir Anbari died August 4th in a blaze inside the former 7-Eleven, about to turn Big Bee, that was under renovation at Main and Ashford.
Staff Sergeant Matt Kavanagh says someone wanted the building burned, and several people were hired to do the job.
He wouldn't elaborate on the alleged roles of Zreik and McLeod, other than to say they were significant.
31-year-old Sami Karnaz of Mississauga already faces second degree murder and arson charges.
His girlfiend at the time, 26-year-old Amanda Gillett, pleaded guilty to arson to property in October, for what Kavanagh refers to as playing a minor role in the fire.
He says he knows who wanted the building burned -- but will not say.
Kavanagh believes further arrests will be made and says there are other people in Mississauga with knowledge of the incident.
Anyone with information is being asked to call police.