Police seek help from Calgarians to find man wanted for ‘random attacks on strangers’

Calgary police are turning to the public to find a man wanted on multiple warrants with some relating to “random attacks on strangers” in downtown Calgary.

In a news release sent out Thursday morning, police said they’ve attempted to find 37-year-old Cashe Tyler Erskine who’s wanted on 14 outstanding warrants.

Police said between May and October 2022, investigators believe a number of people were approached by a man whose behaviour is “erratic and engages in a verbal argument before striking the victims with an object in his hand.” They said Erskine is known to frequent Tomkins Park on 17 Avenue S.W.

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Erskine, who also goes by the name of Cashew, is described as being roughly five-foot-ten-inches tall with black hair and green eyes.

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Police said he’s wanted for assault, assault with a weapon, causing a disturbance, mischief, theft under $5,000 and failure to attend.

Calgary police ask if you see him to not approach him, and call the non-emergency line at 403-266-1234. To remain anonymous, people can use the Crime Stoppers website to submit their tips.

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