Calgary, AB,

Bolo Program offers rewards for tips leading to the arrest of two Calgary suspects

In 2021, we partnered with the Bolo Program to amplify our search for Kier Bryan GRANADO. Today, Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2022, the Bolo Program announced that GRANADO has moved to the second spot in their list of Canada’s Top 25 Most Wanted and has added a second Calgary suspect, Talal AMER to their list in the sixth spot.

Up to $50,000 reward for tips leading to the arrest of Talal AMER

At approximately 11:10 p.m., on Tuesday, May 10, 2022, we received multiple reports of two vehicles that were driving erratically along 36 Street S.E., while involved in a shooting. The vehicles collided with two additional uninvolved vehicles in the intersection of 36 Street and 17 Avenue S.E., and one suspect fled the scene.

The incident resulted in the death of Angela McKenzie, 40, a driver of one of the uninvolved vehicles. Several homes were also struck by gunfire during the incident.

Talal AMER, 29, of Calgary, is wanted on seven Canada-wide warrants in relation to this incident, including manslaughter, attempted murder, reckless discharge of a firearm, possession of a prohibited firearm with an obliterated serial number, unauthorized possession of a prohibited firearm, possession of a prohibited firearm and possession of a prohibited device.

AMER is described as approximately 5’11” tall, 230 pounds, with brown eyes and brown hair. 

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The death of Angela McKenzie was tragic and will continue to have a lasting impact on Calgarians. We are committed to doing everything within our power to locate Talal AMER and ensure that he is held accountable.

Staff Sergeant Sean Gregson of the Calgary Police Service Homicide Unit

Up to $100,000 reward for tips leading to the arrest of Kier Bryan GRANADO

At approximately 2:30 p.m., on Sunday, Dec. 13, 2015, police responded to reports of a shooting in an alley in the 100 block of Del Ray Road N.E. When they arrived, they found 26-year-old Hussein MERHI in medical distress. He died at the scene.

In July 2019, Joseph TRIEU, 26, of Calgary was charged with one count of accessory after the fact of murder.

A Canada-wide warrant was also issued for Kier Bryan GRANADO, 26, of Calgary, for the first-degree murder of MERHI.

GRANADO remains outstanding and is described as 5’, 80 pounds, with brown eyes and a full sleeve tattoo on his left arm. 

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Regardless of how much time has passed following an incident, we will continue to seek justice for the families of our homicide victims. We know that people out there know where GRANADO is and we are asking them to come forward and help us provide closure to the victim’s family.

Staff Sergeant Martin Schiavetta of the Calgary Police Service Homicide Unit

No information is insignificant

Investigators are looking for any and all information in relation to the homicide investigations and the whereabouts of AMER and GRANADO. Oftentimes individuals will assume that investigators already have certain information or that their information doesn’t matter. Regardless of how significant, or insignificant, the information may seem, we want to know about it.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police by calling 403-266-1234. Those wishing to remain anonymous are encouraged to contact Crime Stoppers through any of the following methods:

TALK: 1-800-222-8477


APP: P3 Tips

AMER Case #22186472/3311

GRANADO Case #15529431/3232

About Bolo Program

The Bolo Program is a breakthrough initiative leveraging social media, technology, and innovative engagement to encourage citizens to be on the lookout for Canada’s most wanted, so they can help keep their communities safe. The term ‘BOLO’, which stands for “be on the lookout,” is commonly used to designate actively wanted suspects.

Through its Top 25 of Canada’s most wanted, the Bolo Program reaches citizens at the right time, at the right place, and by using the right means to encourage citizens to be on the lookout. The Program exclusively features priority wanted notices for which Canadian police services have already requested the public’s assistance. In cooperation with Canadian police services and Crime Stoppers, the Program then launches amplification campaigns for specific priority cases, on multiple platforms and over extended periods of time, and offers major financial rewards as incentives for citizens to be on the lookout and submit tips to the authorities.