29-year-old Cordelius Terry Jackson Harrison is being sought by the Calgary Police Service on a Canada-wide warrant.
The warrant is the result of an incident at Calgary’s Paranoia nightclub that left one man in life-threatening condition, which he would ultimately succumb to while in hospital.
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According to a release from the Calgary Police Service, at around 2:50 am on Sunday, November 25, a physical altercation involving more than 20 people took place in the club, leaving the victim with fatal injuries.
An autopsy has since been completed, though the identity of the victim has not yet been released, nor has the official cause of death. Police have stated that the man was in his 30s.
Police are in the process of reviewing footage of the incident, and have issued a second-degree murder warrant for Harrison, who is described in the release as “approximately 5’9″ tall, 190 pounds, and most often has black, shoulder-length, braided hair.”
Anyone with information about the incident, those involved, or Harrison’s whereabouts is asked to contact CPS’ non-emergency number of 403-266-1234, or anonymously through Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-222-8477, or online through their website.
A photo of Harrison has been supplied by CPS: