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Calgary police release a vehicle description, suspend search in the snow suspected double murder

The Calgary police called the search for a missing mother and her daughter on Saturday due to faulty and changing weather conditions.

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Jasmine Lovett, 25, and Elijah Sanderson, 22, were last seen in the Cranston neighborhood on April 16 and the latest activity in Lobet's bank accounts was April 18. They were reported on April 23.

There is no evidence that the couple are alive, the researchers said.

The police said Sanderson's biological father was not considered a suspect in the case.

Global News has come to the Sanderson family, who begs everyone to come forward to assist in the investigation.

The mother and daughter, Jasmine Lovett and Sanderson, avoided Cranston's house on April 23, 2019.

Courtesy: Calgary Police Service

Police said they were looking for a man in his mid-thirties who was traveling in a gray Mercedes car in the areas of Brag Creek, Elbow Falls, Frydis and East Kananaskis from 16 to 20 April.

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The man is believed to have been in Fullerton Loop and Elbow Falls on April 18 between 14:30 and 14:30

The man was alone or with each of the victims and may have been a mulch in his car, the police said.

The Calgary police released a stock image of a Mercedes SUV on Saturday in hopes of finding the driver located in the areas of Brag Creek, elbows elbows, freidis and eastern cananasques between April 16 and 20.

Courtesy: Calgary Police Service

Since news of the disappearance of Loebt and Sanderson broke out earlier this week, teams were searching for the Bragg Creek area and the Cranston house for the case.

Ten officers searched Bragg Creek on Saturday at 10:00, but the effort was extinguished around 11 am due to snow.

Calgary police searched the Cranston garage on Saturday morning.

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Anyone who has information about this case is requested to call the non-emergency police at 403-266-1234, a murder tip line at 403-428-8877 or Crime Cops at 1-800-222-8477.

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