The Calgary Police Service is seeking public assistance in identifying four suspects and a vehicle allegedly involved in an assault last month in Killarney.
The incident took place on February 27, at a McDonald’s located at 3611 17th Avenue SW, with four suspects allegedly assaulting a security guard and fleeing the scene in an unidentified vehicle, according to a release from CPS.
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The four suspects are described in the release as follows:
- The first male suspect is described as approximately 6’ tall, with short brown hair, and was wearing a black coat, light blue jeans, and white runners.
- The second male suspect is described as approximately 6’2″ tall, with short brown hair, and was wearing a black toque, dark blue coat, faded black jeans, and white runners.
- The third male suspect is described as approximately 5’8″ tall, and was wearing a black sweater, black pants, and white runners.
- The fourth male suspect is described as approximately 5’9″ tall, and was wearing an army green hoodie, light blue ripped jeans, and white Adidas runners with black stripes.
CPS reviewed security footage obtained from the scene and captured images of all four suspects and the vehicle used to flee the scene, which can be viewed here.
“Any assault in our community is of concern to us and we continue to investigate this incident,” said Staff Sergeant Jeff MacQueen of the CPS General Investigations Unit in a statement.
“We are asking anyone with information about the suspects or the assault to come forward with information.”
Information can be submitted to the CPS at 403-266-1234 or anonymously through Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477, on their website, or at P3 Tips on their app.