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Re-enactment hopes to shed light on double murder
Calgary Police will be conducting a re-enactment they hope will shed more light on a double-murder in 2008.
Published Tuesday, December 18, 2012 9:45AM MST
The Calgary Police will be staging a re-enactment on Tuesday in an attempt to catch the killers of two people shot dead inside a northeast restaurant in 2008.
With the re-enactment, police hope to spur someone who knows crucial information about the incident to come forward.
Police say they will also be releasing more information into the shootings on Tuesday.
Tina Kong, 21, and Kevin Sam Bath Ses, 21, were both gunned down inside a restaurant in northeast Calgary in October 2008.
Police say that two people came into the restaurant and fired at the table where Kong and Ses were seated.
The suspects are described as Caucasian men in their 20s.
The first suspect is 5’7”, 160 pounds, while the other is described as 6’ and 175 pounds.
Police believe that another person, an Asian man in his 20s who is 5’9” and 165 pounds, aided the shooters by letting them in the building.
Last week, police released a set of photos of some people they have determined to be ‘persons of interest’ with the case.
Investigators are asking anyone who has information about the suspects to call Crime Stoppers anonymously using any of the following methods:
TEXT: tttTIPS to 274637