Police believe that one man is responsible for two gun-related incidents in Edmonton late Monday night and early Tuesday morning.
Around 11 p.m., the male driver of a minivan pulled up to a red light at Jasper Avenue and 105th Street and pointed a handgun at another driver.
About two hours later, a clerk at a motel near 66th Avenue and Calgary Trail told a group of people in the parking lot to quiet down.
Police say a man grabbed a shotgun from his minivan and pointed it at the clerk.
He then drove away in the minivan with three other people inside. Police said he was also carrying a handgun in a holster.
Police are looking for a bald man of aboriginal descent, 30 to 35 years in age, whose arms are covered in tattoos.
They say the suspect was seen driving a red Dodge Caravan with Saskatchewan license plate 449-HEQ.