Calgary nightclub shooting photos may lead to arrest of third suspect

Calgary police have released CCTV photos of two men who may have information about the third suspect in the Ten X Nightclub shooting.

Investigators believe these 2 men may have more information about the man who escaped

Calgary Police believe these two men may help them identify a third suspect involved in the Ten X nightclub shooting on Jan. 10, 2016. (Calgary Police Service)

Calgary police are asking the public to help identify two men captured on CCTV who may have information about a third suspect who escaped from the scene of the recent shooting at the Ten X nightclub.

The shooting occurred around 1:30 a.m. on Jan. 10 when a man walked up to the front door of the club and began firing inside while two other men waited in a nearby car.

Excerpts from CCTV footage of the Jan. 10 shooting at Ten X nightclub in Calgary in which one man was wounded. The footage was posted to YouTube after the incident and later removed. Two people have been arrested and charged with attempted murder. Police were seeking a third suspect. 1:05

A 38-year-old man was shot and was transported to hospital in stable condition.

While officers were able to arrest the driver of the vehicle along with the alleged shooter, a third man who was initially detained by police was able to escape.

The third person involved is described as black, approximately 5'10" tall, between 20 and 30 years old, and was wearing white pants and a beige-coloured sweater.

Anyone with information about this man, or the men in the newly released photos, is asked to contact the Calgary Police Service through their non-emergency number 403-266-1234, or Crime Stoppers.


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