Calgary Police seek man wanted for unprovoked assault on father and son


The Calgary Police are seeking a man wanted in connection with an unprovoked assault on a father and his son.

According to a statement released by Calgary Police, the incident took place on 14th of May along a river pathway near the 0-100 block of Barclay Walk in Southwest quadrant of the city.

The statement further added that the 47-year-old man and his 18-year-old son were walking along the river pathway when they approached a group of four who were causing a disturbance along the pathway.

“A short verbal exchange occurred, which then led to one of the group approaching the 18-year-old and punched him repeatedly in the face, knocking him to the ground. The victim’s father attempted to take a photo of the suspect and was then attacked by the three remaining members of the group, who punched him, knocked him to the ground and kicked him,” the Calgary Police said.

The Emergency Medical Services treated both the victims at the scene and transported to hospital in stable condition, the Calgary Police said, adding that several nearby witnesses stepped in to assist the victims and identify the suspects.

The Calgary Police issued warrants for Cody John LANDRY, 27, for assault causing bodily harm after identifying him with the help of the nearby witnesses.

The Police described LANDRY as 5’10” tall, approximately 170 pounds, with brown hair and hazel eyes. “Officers are continuing to search for the other suspects who were involved in the attack and are asking anyone in the area who may have captured the incident on photos or videos to come forward.”



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