Reward posters are going up in Toronto for information that could help police arrest a murder suspect who sometimes disguises himself in women’s clothing.

Mohamud Hagi, 27, is wanted on charges of first-degree murder in the shooting death of Luis Acosta-Escobar in Windsor in 2007.

Windsor police were offering a $5,000 reward for Hagi but this month doubled the reward to $10,000.

“He was last seen in Toronto in 2008, so they’ve asked us for our assistance in putting up posters with his photograph and information on the renewed reward,” Toronto police Const. Wendy Drummond said yesterday.

Drummond says Hagi has been spotted wearing “traditional Somali female Muslim attire, including a hijab or a burka.”

Based on recent information, police believe Hagi is still in the province and that he travels by vehicle between Toronto and southwestern Ontario.