CALGARY (660 NEWS) – Early Wednesday morning, Calgary police arrested a man in connection with the death of an innocent business owner.
The person will not be named until they have been formally charged and Calgary Police are awaiting further arrests.
The officers also want to speak to two people who may have been witnesses.
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Police are asking the public for help in finding Fritz Chiefmoon and Kiara Leather from Calgary as they may have information that could help the investigation.
“We are asking anyone with information about Christophe Herblin’s murder to come forward,” said Staff Sergeant Martin Schiavetta of the Calgary Police Service Homicide Unit.
“It was a tragic, pointless event and we continue to seek answers and seek justice for the Herblin family.”
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The incident happened around 3 a.m. on March 14, when Christophe Hebrlin responded to a break-and-enter alarm in his southwestern shop on Bow Trail across from Westbrook Mall.
Officials responded and cleared the site, and the victim stayed on site, waiting for a contractor to secure the company until around 6 a.m. three people returned and the fatal incident happened.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of these people or details of the murder is asked to call the non-emergency number, the homicide squad’s guess line or Crime Stopper.