There's A $100,000 Reward For Anyone With Information On This Calgary Murder Suspect

The 24-year-old is wanted Canada-wide.
Calgary Murder Suspect: There's A $100,000 Reward For Anyone With Information

The police have teamed up with the Bolo Program to offer a $100,000 reward to anyone with information on a Calgary murder suspect who is wanted across Canada. 

According to the Calgary Police Service (CPS), the murder occurred five years ago. 

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In July 2019, Joseph TRIEU, 26, of Calgary, was charged with one count of accessory after the fact to murder. Calgary Police Service

While one man was apprehended and charged, another man, 24-year-old Kier Bryan Granado, has never been caught. 

The events took place on Sunday, December 13, 2015, when a 26-year-old man was shot and died at the scene.

"It is believed that this was a targeted attack as Granado and the victim were known to each other," wrote CPS. 

"In cooperation with Calgary Crime Stoppers, the Bolo Program offers a reward up to CAD$100,000 that can be claimed anonymously for any information leading to the arrest of this suspect," the police release continued. 

The reward is available until July 20, 2021. 

"Investigators are certain that there are additional people with information about this homicide as well as Granado's whereabouts and encourage anyone that can be of assistance to come forward anonymously by contacting Crime Stoppers," detailed the release.