RCMP probes suspicious deaths of 4 adults in rural Saskatchewan residence

Written by  Prerit Chauhan   |  March 26th 2024 03:51 PM  |  Updated: March 26th 2024 03:51 PM

RCMP probes suspicious deaths of 4 adults in rural Saskatchewan residence

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Major Crimes unit has launched an investigation following the discovery of four bodies at a rural residence near Neudorf village in Saskatchewan. The alarm was raised when Melville RCMP received a wellness check request at 6:05 pm on March 24. Upon arrival at the site, officials made the grim discovery of four bodies of adults inside the residence. The circumstances surrounding their deaths are being treated as suspicious, prompting Saskatchewan RCMP Major Crimes to take the lead in collaboration with the province’s coroners service.

An update released Monday evening said "while the investigation is ongoing, there is no immediate risk to public safety based on initial findings". However, the authorities have assured the public that they will be promptly informed if this situation changes and any potential public safety risk emerges.

Residents of Neudorf and surrounding areas were alerted to an increased police presence at around 10 a.m. on Monday. They were advised to steer clear of areas where officers were active and to comply with any directives issued by law enforcement.

Neudorf village, located approximately 143 km northeast of Regina, has become the focal point of this investigation. As RCMP officers and Major Crimes unit personnel delve deeper into the circumstances surrounding the tragic discovery, residents are urged to remain vigilant and cooperative.

This incident has undoubtedly sent shockwaves through the community and raised concerns about safety and security. 


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