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Police found the location of the body in Strathcona County, said the man was a murder victim – Edmonton


The RCMP confirmed in a press release on Friday night that an autopsy was carried out in the body of a man found dead in the immediate south of Sherwood Park.

According to the police, police officers called 911 shortly after 8:30 am on Thursday, warning them of a dead man in a rural estate just north of Route 231 on Highway 231.

The victim was identified as Gursumeet Singh Brar, 25, from Sherwood Park. The investigators did not release the exact cause of death.

RCMP said there was no security risk for the public, but the investigation continued.

On Thursday, officials reported evidence markers in the moat next to the road. Braris body was withdrawn from a planted tree right next to the road before moving on a stretcher.

MORE INFO: The body drawn from the tree because RCMP explores suspicious deaths to the east of Edmonton

From below: (November 29, 2018) A body was taken from a tree line near a road east of Edmonton on Thursday. As reported by Sarah Kraus, the RCMP's Major Crimes Unit is currently investigating.

Investigators were also conducting a grid survey of the ditches in the region.

At five in the morning. On Thursday, a flatbed truck came on the scene and a black pickup truck was removed from the same wooded area where the body was rescued.

Everyone who is informed is asked to contact the Strathcona County RCMP platoon on 780-467-7749. Tips can also be sent to Crime Stopper on 1-800-222-8477 or online.

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