ECKVILLE- The RCMP is continuing in its efforts to locate and arrest a second suspect wanted in connection to a murder in Eckville nearly 12 years ago.
Kevin Edward Brown, 35, is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant of arrest for one count of first degree murder in the killing of Bradley Webber, and one count of kidnapping of another unnamed individual.
Webber's body was found in his fifth wheel trailer in Eckville, on October 24, 2006.
Another man, Shayne Earl Gulka of Lacombe, was arrested and charged in March 10, 2016 with first degree murder and kidnapping. Gulka's trial is scheduled to begin on May 8 in Red Deer.
The RCMP is offering a reward of up to $5,000.00 to anyone who provides information leading to the location and arrest of Brown. It is believed that Brown, originally from Calgary, is in either Alberta or British Columbia as he has contacts in both provinces.
Police say Brown should not be approached as he is considered dangerous. Instead, if he is seen, the public is advised to call police or 911 immediately.
Brown is described as Caucasian, 175 cm tall (five feet, nine inches), 81 Kg in weight (179 lbs.), blonde hair and brown eyes. He has moles on his face and a scar on his forehead.
Brown has tattoos including a Chinese symbol on left side of his neck and a tribal design on his right upper arm, though police say its possible the tattoos may have been altered or removed.
Anyone with information about this case is asked to contact the RCMP Major Crimes Unit in Southern Alberta at 1-844-887-6287.
Callers are advised that any information provided to the RCMP with respect to the location of Kevin Brown will be treated with confidentiality.
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