2nd suspect sought by Calgary police in S.W. beating death
Gatleak Thor Metkurjock, 20, died from injuries sustained at house party
Calgary police are looking for a second suspect in relation to a man’s death in 2012.
Gatleak Thor Metkurjock, 20, was injured in January 2012 at a house party near 21st Avenue and 16th Street S.W. and died the next day.
The cause of death was later found to be blunt force trauma.
Metkurjock had escaped the war in Sudan and spent eight years in a refugee camp before coming to Canada. He was studying English and wanted to become an engineer.
A 19-year-old man has been charged with second-degree murder.
But police have also issued a warrant for a 21-year-old Calgary man Wednesday.
Anthony Ambrose Brothers is wanted on one count of second-degree murder.
He is described as aboriginal, five feet nine inches tall, weighing roughly 190 lbs. with brown eyes and black hair.