Brian Stephens, 40, is wanted by Red Deer RCMP. Contributed photo

Red Deer man sought after being charged with aggravated assault in shooting

The shooting took place March 29 in Riverside Meadows

Red Deer RCMP are looking for a suspect in connection to a shooting in Riverside Meadows.

Brian Stephens, 40, of Red Deer, is wanted by police and is facing a number of charges, including aggravated assault and robbery with a firearm.

He is described as five foot 11, 185 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes.

Anyone who sees Stephens is asked not to approach him, but to call 911.

At about 5 p.m. on March 29, police responded to a report of a gunshot in the area of 54th Avenue and 59th Street.

A 47-year-old Red Deer man, the victim of the targeted shooting, was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

Police say it’s believed the suspect and victim knew each other.

Anyone with information on Stephens’s whereabouts is asked to contact RCMP at 403-343-5575.

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