Winnipegger wanted on first-degree murder charge: police
Winnipeg Police investigate a homicide on Selkirk Avenue which occurred in May. (CTV News Photo Ken Gabel)
WINNIPEG -- A Winnipeg minor is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for first-degree murder in relation to a homicide on Selkirk Avenue in May, Winnipeg Police say.
On Thursday, Winnipeg Police said the warrant was issued for a minor, saying homicide investigators obtained a court order authorizing the publication of their identity.
The charge against them has not been proven in court.
This comes after a man was fatally shot in the 700 block of Selkirk Avenue on May 21.
Police said the victim, 23-year-old Nairne Marshall James Chapais, was taken to hospital in critical condition where he was pronounced dead. Police have said his death was premeditated and gang-related.
Police have charged Tyler Ryan Kenneth, 21, and Clarence Raymon Scott, 30, with multiple offences including first-degree murder. None of the charges have been proven in court.
EDITOR'S NOTE: The court order releasing the minor's identity expired on June 8. All images and names of the suspect have been removed from this story, as per the court order.