Man sought on Canadawide warrant for Broad Street shooting in July

A Regina man is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for attempted murder in connection with a July shooting outside a Broad Street nightclub.Police are trying to locate 27-year-old Kamalladin Nur, who has been charged with attempted murder and a firearms offence. The July 21 shooting sent one man to hospital with what were described at the time as life-threatening injuries. A second man, 20-year-old Givonn Bowen-Wright of Toronto, has been charged with common assault in connection with the same incident. He appeared in provincial court last week.According to a Regina Police Service press release, officers responded at about 1:23 a.m. early that morning after getting a report of a possible shooting at the 2100 block of Broad Street.Investigation pointed to an altercation outside the nightclub involving at least four people and ending with shots fired.Police were informed that the victim had run in one direction, while the alleged suspect headed the opposite way. A 25-year-old man later showed up in hospital with what appeared to be gunshot wounds. Police concluded that it was the man seen running away.Further investigation led police to charge Bowen-Wright and seek a warrant for Nur. Bowen-Wright was arrested on Aug. 7, but Nur has not been found in spite of police efforts. He was last seen in Regina at the time of the shooting.The police press release described Nur as 5′ 10″ and 170 pounds. He has dark complexion, brown eyes, black hair and a thin black goatee. His hair may be in braids.Anyone with information on Nur’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Regina Police Service at 306-777-6500, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.