Police are remaining tight-lipped over the reappearance of one of two men abducted from a Mississauga mansion more than two weeks ago.
Jun Fei, 40, and Jaingou Han, 44, disappeared from Fei's Mississauga home on Jan. 20.
Police confirmed on Thursday that the men had been kidnapped - but they say Fei was found six days later. Police didn't say anything at the time, citing concern over Han's safety.
"Mr. Han is still outstanding and we have some genuine concerns about his health right now given that we have classified this as an abduction case," said Peel Regional Police Const. Adam Minnion.
Fei, police said, was found on Jan. 26, in the Don Mills area.
"We don't want enough information out there that could compromise our ability to find [Han]."
Fei had hired Han to sell the 15-room mansion on Featherston Drive.
Police said at the time they had found signs of "concern" in the house after family members reported the two men missing.
Police found Han's black Mercedes Benz parked at a Tim Horton's near Don Mills Road and Lawrence Avenue East a day after the men disappeared.
When asked on Thursday, police declined to say where or how Fei was found, but said he was injured.
"Those injuries are determined to be minor," said Minion.
Police do have a suspect and say they have issued a warrant for 43-year-old Wu Guo Wei.
Police say he's 5'7", weighs 170 pounds and is known to police in connection with a fraud case.
Police say they believe there are several other people who were involved in the abduction.