Calgary police were called to a residence in the 2300 block of Oakmoor Drive S.W, after a man was found deceased inside the home by a family member on October 15th at approximately 4:45pm.
Police initially said the death of the man in his 20’s was suspicious in nature, however they are now looking for a person of interest, Mohammadali Darabi, 32, of Calgary.Darabi is being sought in connection with the death of his roommate.
It is believed that Darabi fled the scene in a silver-coloured, 2006 Toyota Corolla with Alberta plate BKW 1855. He is described at 6’1″ 168lbs.
Darabi should not be approached, call police at 911 if you have information about Darabi’s whereabouts.
Update October 18th
Police have identified the victim as Cyrus Ebrahimi, 29. Police found the Corolla on October 17th in Revelstoke BC. As RCMP apporoached the vehicle they noticed a non responsive man inside. Police believe the driver of the vehicle was the suspect, however his identity had not been proven. An autopsy has been scheduled to determine cause of death and the drivers identity.
Medicine Hat police were called to the area of 1100 block of Mill Street SE on October 10th on an assist EMS call. Police arrived at the scene to find a deceased male who was identified as James Satre, age 64.
An autopsy conducted revealed that Satre’s injuries were not self inflicted. Police have not released the cause of death. The death of James Satre is now being investigated as a homicide.
Anyone with information related to this investigation is asked to contact the MHPS Major Crimes Section at 403-529-8420
RCMP are searching for the suspect in a gas and dash that ended in a fatality on October 6th at approximately 3:45pm.
Police said the driver of a stolen white cube van failed to pay for his fuel at the Fas Gas service station in Thorsby. The owner of the gas station, Ki Yun Jo 54, attempted to get the drivers attention and was fatally struck. Jo died at the scene from his injuries.
RCMP released a photo of the stolen vehicle. The cube van was stolen from Spruce Grove at approximately 2:00pm.
Anyone with any information regarding the incident is asked to contact the Thorsby/Bretton RCMP at 780-789-3951.
Edmonton police received a tip that a body may have been buried beneath a garage floor in the area of 118 Avenue and 96 Street.
Police uncovered the remains of an unidentified male on September 29th. the investigation is still in its early stages and Homicide detectives have taken over the case.
More information will be added as it becomes available.
Update October 3
An autopsy conducted has revealed the identity of the deceased as Derek James Winnig, 42. Winning had been missing since May of this year. A photo of the victim has been released however the cause of death will be withheld during the investigation. Police have asked that anyone with information contact the EPS at 780-423-4567.