Youths accused of murdering missing Calgary man who used walker or cane: police

Greyeyes was discovered on a road on the southern edge of Calgary

The Calgary Police Service. LIVEWIRE FILE PHOTO

CALGARY — Two youths in Calgary have been charged with first-degree murder in the death of a man who police have said had mobility issues.

Police asked for the public’s help finding Jason David Peter Greyeyes, who was 48, on Aug. 17 when he hadn’t been seen for several days.

His body was discovered Aug. 26 on a road on Calgary’s southern edge.

His identity was later confirmed with an autopsy.

When Greyeyes was reported missing, police said he was six-feet tall with a medium build, and that he often required a cane or walker due to limited mobility.

Police say the youths who have been charged cannot be named because of their ages.

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