Calgary shooting victim won't talk as police search for suspect
Suspect sought after B.C. man killed, 2 injured Thursday night
An injured victim of a shooting in Calgary's southwest Thursday night has now stabilized but is refusing to co-operate with police.
Another man was killed and a woman remains in critical and unstable condition.
Calgary police are still searching for a suspect, but do not believe it was a random attack.
The injured man and woman, both 22, are from B.C.'s Lower Mainland.
The deceased man has been identified as 22-year-old Trevor James Munro of Surrey, B.C.
Police responded to reports of several gunshots in a parking lot in the 1900 block of 5A Street southwest on Thursday around 8:30 p.m. MT.
"Like six, seven, eight [gunshots]," said area resident Tom Kucy. "Like quick succession too."
Officers searched the area with help from a helicopter and police dogs, but there was no description of the suspect and the motive for the shooting was unknown.
One city block was cordoned off, including the area around Western Canada High School.
Investigators spoke to witnesses late into the evening and are still looking for anyone who may have seen something. Anyone with information is asked to contact Calgary Crime Stoppers.
The shooting follows a string of violent incidents this week, including a double stabbing Wednesday, a gunshot death on Thanksgiving and three pedestrians being struck on Calgary roads — two of them hit-and-run collisions.