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Calgary police seek second suspect after victim driven over, robbed

Calgary police have charged one person but are still looking for another after a December incident where a man was driven over by his own car and robbed.

According to Calgary police, on Dec. 10, 2022 in the early morning hours, the victim and two suspects – a man and a woman, unknown to the victim prior to the incident – were inside a vehicle together in the Westbrook Mall parking lot.

Around 2:45 a.m. the victim had a medical episode, police said, and became unconscious in the vehicle. According to police, the victim was dragged from the vehicle and left on the ground in the parking lot.

Police said the suspects returned to the vehicle, ran over the victim, then stopped to take the victim’s wallet before leaving.

Later, the victim’s car was reported to have collided with a retaining wall in the community of Richmond. Police said the suspects fled the scene and left the vehicle. They’re alleged to have used the victim’s debit card and a credit card belonging to the victim’s employer at other businesses.

The victim was found several hours later by a passerby that called 911. They were transported to hospital in life-threatening condition. Police said the victim has life-altering injuries.

Skylar Nigel Bragg, 22 of Calgary faces several charges in connection.

Police are still looking for a woman they believe is involved in the incident. She’s described as around 35 years old, 5’4” with medium build and red hair. She has a tattoo on her left shoulder with her son’s name.

“We are asking for anyone with information about this incident to come forward to police,” said Acting Staff Sergeant Liana Deegan of the Calgary Police Service General Investigations Unit.

“The victim was left alone outside in frigid temperatures for several hours in the middle of winter and has now suffered life-altering injuries as a result of this horrible incident. We have already charged one person for their involvement, and we are looking to hold the other person responsible.”

Anyone with information can call Calgary police at 403-266-1234.