Calgary Police Search for T-Shirt as Part of Evidence of Downtown Attacks – Calgary | The Canadian News

The search for evidence continues in a series of random and violent attacks in downtown Calgary last week and police are turning to the public for help.

Police were called in to two machete attacks in the city center early in the morning of October 15. Now police believe the suspect may have been wearing a Toronto Maple Leafs jersey with Belfour’s name and number 20 on the back.

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“We continue to exhaust all avenues of investigation related to these attacks and recognize the seriousness of these events,” said District 1 Staff Sgt. Kurt Jacobs. “We are grateful to the public for their help in helping us piece together what happened.”

Anyone who has seen a person in the city center wearing a similar shirt on the day of the attacks, or who has come across a similar shirt discarded in the city center, should contact the police at 403-266 -1234 or via Crime Stoppers.

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Police investigate series of violent attacks in downtown Calgary

Police investigate series of violent attacks in downtown Calgary

Police said one of the two victims remains in the hospital under intensive care.

Just after 3:00 am on October 15, a man called 911 saying he had been cut with a machete at the 4 Street CTrain station.

A second call came about half an hour later, when another man was discovered unconscious at a bus stop at 6 Ave. and 1 St. SW.

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Conner Dery, 25, has been charged with aggravated assault and carrying a concealed weapon.

Dery was in court Wednesday and a psychiatrist found that despite sustaining a brain injury when he was 12 years old, Dery can stand trial.

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He is expected to return to court on October 26.

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