Calgary Police Service and Bolo Program continue to seek assistance to find GRANADO
Some information may not seem important on its own, but we have seen time and again how tips from the public have been instrumental in furthering our investigations. As we continue to search for 24-year-old Kier Bryan GRANADO, we are asking the public for help in tracking his whereabouts over the last few years.
In January, we announced a partnership with the Bolo Program to further support our request for public assistance to help locate GRANADO. He is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for the 2015 first-degree murder of 26-year-old Hussein MERHI.
“We have received 20 tips from citizens with tips on possible locations of the suspect,” said Homicide Unit Staff Sergeant Martin Schiavetta. “We have followed up on each tip and are grateful for those who contacted us with information on GRANADO’s whereabouts.”
GRANADO, however, remains outstanding.
Investigators recognize that the mask mandate due to the pandemic can make it more difficult for members of the public to identify people.
“We are still actively investigating this file and will not stop until we find GRANADO,” continued Staff Sgt. Schiavetta. “We are expanding our request to include anyone who may know where GRANADO has been at any point in the last two years. No tip is insignificant – even a small piece of information can help further our investigation.”
The Bolo Program is currently offering a reward up to CAD$100,000 that can be claimed anonymously for any information leading to the arrest of this suspect. This reward is only available until July 20, 2021.
Investigators are certain that there are additional people with information about this homicide as well as GRANADO’s whereabouts and encourage anyone that can be of assistance to come forward anonymously by contacting Crime Stoppers using any of the following methods: