Calgary police issue warrants for S.E. homicide suspect

Warrants for second-degree murder have been issued for the suspect in Calgary's latest homicide.

Deng Lino Keror is wanted in connection with the shooting death of 28-year-old Philip Anny

Philip Anny was found dead in a southeast street Sunday morning. (CBC)

Warrants for second-degree murder have been issued for the suspect in Calgary’s 12th homicide.

Deng Lino Keror, 21, is wanted in connection with the shooting death of 28-year-old Philip Anny.  

Anny’s body was found early Monday morning on the road in the 100 block of Applefield Close southeast.

Officers had responded to reports of gunshots around 3:30 a.m. MT.

Anny’s family said he was a nice, quiet guy who did not like to fight.

Police say the two were associates and had a disagreement over drugs.

Deng Lino Keror is described at a black male, six foot two inches tall and two hundred pounds with a slim build.