Alberta RCMP have released a sketch of a second man they want to question as they investigate the killing of an Edson teen.
Emily Stauffer, 14, was slain on Sept. 27 as she walked on a residential pathway in the town 200 kilometres west of Edmonton.
Two days later, the RCMP released a sketch of a man they said investigators wanted to speak with, but emphasized that he was not considered a suspect.
Police have not yet spoken with the man.
On Tuesday, the RCMP released a sketch of a second person they also say is not a suspect, but is known to frequent the trails in the area where Stauffer's body was found.
The second sketch came out of police interviews with people accustomed to using the pathways, Cpl. Wayne Oakes said in a news release.
Residents in Edson are offering a $22,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of Stauffer's killer.