Please Help Calgary Police Identify Male Who Used Murdered Man’s Bank Card

Calgary, Alberta – It’s been nearly one year since the disappearance of 30-year-old Fletcher KIMMEL, and Major Crimes investigators have now determined based on the totality of the evidence his death was the result of homicide and several people were likely involved.

Detectives are releasing new information and are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man who used KIMMEL’s bank card on Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016. KIMMEL’s last known whereabouts were on Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016, when he was seen getting into a black Toyota Rav4 at a 7-Eleven store at 3510 39 Avenue N.E.

Detectives have exhausted all investigative leads and are confident KIMMEL’s last known footprints of life were at the 7-Eleven as he entered the RAV4.

KIMMEL’s body was located on Sunday, Jan. 29, 2017, in a wooded area near the Jumpingpound Demonstration Forest. Homicide investigators believe several people were involved in KIMMEL’s disappearance and death.

KIMMEL’s mother, Sandra, is also pleading with the public to come forward with information about her son’s death. “I am now living every parent’s nightmare; I have outlived my child,” she says. “There isn’t a day that I don’t think about him and wonder where things went wrong.” A further statement will be made by Sandra Kimmel at a press conference later this morning.

UK male with card Oct 9
UK male with card Oct 9
RAV4 at store
RAV4 at store
Kimmel at store on 27th
Kimmel at store on 27th

The Service understands the family’s need for answers and these next steps are being taken in hopes of moving the investigation to the next level.

Anyone who may have information is asked to call police at 403-266-1234 or Crime Stoppers anonymously using any of the following methods:

TALK: 1-800-222-8477


Information can also be shared via the Homicide Tip Line at 403-428-8877.

CASE #16436377

Calgary Police Service

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