RCMP search for ‘armed and dangerous’ suspect in northern Alberta murder


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A suspect in the shooting death of a man on a northern Alberta reservation is at large and believed to be armed and dangerous, RCMP say.

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Brenon Gray is wanted for first-degree murder in connection with the death of Romeo Flett, 35, who was shot dead at a Cadotte Lake First Nation home on July 26.

In a press release Saturday, police said Gray, 31, is likely armed and dangerous. He is described as being five-foot-four and weighing 185 pounds, with brown eyes and brown hair.

An image provided by RCMP of Brenon Gray, 31, a suspect in a July 26 homicide at Cadotte Lake First Nation. Photo by Fourni /.jpg

Anyone with information on Gray’s whereabouts is asked to call the Peace River RCMP non-emergency line, their local police station or Crime Stoppers. Police said Gray should not be approached.

Flett suffered serious injuries in the shooting and was airlifted to hospital in Edmonton, where he later died.

After the shooting, police issued a shelter-in-place warning for Cadotte Lake residents, which was later lifted.

Cadotte Lake is one of four Woodland Cree First Nation reserves, located 85 km northeast of Peace River and approximately 500 km northwest of Edmonton.




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