Calgary police say they now believe the suspects they're looking for in connection with a road rage attack that left a young girl burned were in a Toyota Camry.
The incident happened as a man was driving home with his family eastbound on 39th Avenue N.E. at about 11:45 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 15.
As he approached 34th Street N.E., a silver, four-door sedan reportedly cruised through a red light in front of him, so he slammed the brakes to avoid colliding and honked his horn.
When both vehicles stopped at a red light at the intersection of 39th Avenue and 36th Street N.E., a man got out of the backseat of the sedan and allegedly threw a hot beverage through the first man's open window, police said.
The drink missed the driver but splashed his seven-year-old daughter, causing "significant burns" to her face and shoulder, police said.
The attacker got back into the sedan and then drove toward 44th Avenue N.E.
On Thursday, police released a second, clearer closed-circuit television image of the suspects' vehicle.
"This is a heinous crime that injured an innocent young girl," said acting Staff Sgt. Lon Brewster.
"We need the public's help to identify the people involved — two younger South Asian men in their 20s and an older South Asian man in his 60s driving in what is believed to be a silver, four-door Toyota Camry."
The girl was released from hospital last week after being treated for second-degree burns.
Police would like to speak with anyone who might have information about the sedan or its occupants or have dashcam video of the incident.
Contact the police by calling the non-emergency number at 403-266-1234, or submit tips anonymously to Crime Stoppers.