The Moose Jaw Police service issued a press release on Saturday evening saying they are looking for Shaun Clayton Robinson in relation to the attempted murder that took place early Friday morning.

You can find the full release below.

Around 3 am Friday, the Moose Jaw Police Service was dispatched to a residence on 9th Avenue NE after the report of a shooting. Upon arrival, police found an adult male who had been shot in the abdomen.

Police located the one of the suspects, Jordon Shields, and were able to arrest him without incident. They are now looking for any information regarding Robinson.

The man who was shot sustained serious but non-life threatening injuries.

If you have any information on Robinsons whereabouts, you're asked to call the Moose Jaw Police Department immediately. 

Click Here to read the initial release from Police regarding the incident. 

 

 

On March 27th, at approximately 1730 hours, Moose Jaw Police arrested 36 year old, Jordon SHIELDS, of Moose Jaw, at a residence in a neighborhood on South Hill. SHIELDS has been remanded into custody and will appear in Court on Monday.

Police have issued an arrest Warrant for 41 year old, Shaun Clayton ROBINSON, of Moose Jaw for Attempted Murder and numerous other charges. ROBINSON is considered armed and dangerous and we ask the public to not approach him if they locate him.

Please contact police with any information you may have at 306-694-7600. Please see attached photo of ROBINSON.

Police are continuing to investigate.

 

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