Calgary police are seeking information from the public about the movements of a homicide victim in the days leading up to when his body was found.
Detectives are looking for anyone with information about the interactions and movements of Nathaniel Goodeye in the days before he was killed in June. In reviewing CCTV footage and speaking with witnesses, investigators have been attempting to piece together the moments leading up to his death but are looking for more information.
“We are looking to talk to anyone who may have seen or spoke to Nathaniel in the week leading up to when his body was discovered to contact us,” Staff Sgt. Colin Chisholm of the Calgary police homicide unit said in a news release.
“Even if the information someone has seems insignificant, we want to know about it. Sometimes the smallest piece of information can help solve a case.”
Calgary police received a report from a mother on June 29 that she had not heard from her son in six days.
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During their investigation, police located a body in the 200 block of Margate Close N.E. in Marlborough, and it was believed they had found the missing 35-year-old Calgary man.
An autopsy confirmed the body was that of Goodeye, though no cause of death has been released publicly.
The interactions and movements of Goodeye from Tuesday, June 23, to Monday, June 29, are of particular interest to detectives.
Anyone with information about the incident or the whereabouts of Goodeye prior to his death is encouraged to call the police’s non-emergency line at 403-266-1234 or leave anonymous tips through Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or www.calgarycrimestoppers.org.