Fredericton police seek help in Salas homicide investigation

Fredericton homicide

Officers trying to find evidence in fatal stabbing of Christian Grueso Salas on Feb. 16

Fredericton police say evidence in the stabbing death of Christian Grueso Salas, including the weapon, may be along this route. (Courtesy of the Fredericton Police Force)

The Fredericton Police Force is seeking the public's help in the ongoing investigation into the homicide of Christian Grueso Salas.

Police are trying to locate any evidence in the case, including an edged weapon, which is believed to have been used in the killing.

Christian Grueso Salas was fatally stabbed in Fredericton on Feb. 16. (Submitted)
Salas, 24, died after being stabbed in an apartment on Angelview Court on Feb. 16.

Kelvin Colburn Constant, 34, is charged with second-degree murder in the stabbing. He remains in custody.

Police released a map on Tuesday, indicating the route where they believe evidence may be found. The route goes from Angelview Court to Woodstock Road and then Hanwell Road to Alphanso Drive.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Det. Brad Lyons of the major crimes unit.

Salas arrived in Canada as a refugee from Colombia eight years ago, along with his mother, sister and niece.