RCMP post $5,000 re­ward in 2006 cen­tral Al­berta mur­der case

Edmonton Journal - - CITY -

RCMP posted a $5,000 re­ward Wed­nes­day for in­for­ma­tion that could lead to the ar­rest of a man wanted on a Canada-wide war­rant for the first-de­gree mur­der of an Eckville man more than 11 years ago.

Kevin Ed­ward Brown is sus­pected of be­ing in­volved in the death of Bradley Web­ber. Web­ber’s body was found in his fifth-wheel trailer in the cen­tral Al­berta town lo­cated about 50 kilo­me­tres west of Red Deer on Oct. 24, 2006.

Moun­ties ar­rested and charged an­other man, Shayne Earl Gulka, of La­combe, in 2016 in re­la­tion to the killing.

Brown, who is also wanted on one count of kid­nap­ping an­other un­named in­di­vid­ual, is orig­i­nally from Cal­gary and is known to have con­tacts in Bri­tish Columbia as well as Al­berta.

The 35-year-old is five-foot-nine and 179 pounds, with brown eyes, blond hair and a scar on his fore­head. He has a Chi­nese sym­bol tat­tooed on the left side of the neck and a tribal de­sign on his right up­per arm, although po­lice say those tat­toos may have been al­tered or re­moved.

Brown should not be ap­proached, as he is con­sid­ered dan­ger­ous.

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