Man suspected of killing Calgary mother and toddler released without charges

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A man suspected of killing a Calgary mother and toddler has been released without charges, but police say he remains the primary suspect in the case.

Police have not released the suspect’s identity, as no charges have been laid.

Investigators are continuing to search for evidence in the suspected double homicide of Jasmine Lovett, 25, and her 22-month-old daughter, Aliyah Sanderson.

The pair were last seen on the evening of April 16 at their home in the southeast Calgary neighbourhood of Cranston. 

Lovett’s financial accounts were last active two days later, when her card was used to make an online purchase.

Her family became aware of her disappearance after she didn’t show up at a family dinner.

Staff Sgt. Martin Schiavetta has said investigators have not found any evidence to support their hope that the mother and daughter are still alive.

Officers ride on horseback near Priddis, Alta. Police say they are searching Bragg Creek and the surrounding area. (Tim Propp/CBC )

More than 50 officers from multiple units are continuing to search near Bragg Creek and Priddis after police say cell towers showed there may be evidence in the area.

Calgary police’s forensic crime scene unit is continuing to search a home in Cranford Court S.E. within a complex of townhouses called Mosaic Cranston.

Bragg Creek homeowners asked to search property

Police are asking anyone who witnessed a Caucasian man in his mid-30s driving a grey, luxury SUV in the Bragg Creek or East Kananaskis area between April 16 and April 18 to contact investigators.

And Bragg Creek homeowners are being asked to check their property and report anything suspicious, especially if mulch has been dumped on their land between April 16 and April 20.

Police have said the crime is not believed to be random and the suspect and victims knew each other.

The child’s biological father is not considered a suspect and is cooperating with police.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police non-emergency at 403-266-1234 or the homicide tip line at 403-428-8877. People can also leave tips anonymously through Crime Stoppers.

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