Photo of the second person of interest in the death of 35-year-old Gregory Gareth Wale who died last week in PG. (Photo supplied Prince George RCMP)

The Prince George RCMP are looking for two people of interest following the death of 35-year-old Gregory Gareth Wale following an altercation last week.

The two Aboriginal men are approximately 25 and 30 years old according to police after surveillance images were found.

Cpl. Craig Douglass recently spoke with Vista Radio on the matter.

“The images we’ve gathered, we have had for a few days and we’ve been trying to locate these individuals has not been fruitful and we’re looking to the public to find out information on these individuals.”

“We would like to bring closure to this investigation and determine who is responsible so that the family of Mr. Wale can have some closure.”

The victim passed away last Saturday at his home on Edmonton Street in Prince George after refusing medical treatment for his injuries.

Wale is originally from New Hazelton and has spent time in Smithers and Fort Saint James.

The first person can be described as:

  • First Nations Male
  • Approximately 25 years old
  • Dark Hair with stubble on his face

The second person can be described as:

  • First Nations Male
  • Approximately 30 years of age
  • Short Dark Hair with a scruffy mustache and beard