Port Coquitlam Death: Even after making many strict punishments and laws, the murder cases are not taking the name to stop. As per several media reports, Homicide investigators have been called to Port Coquitlam to watch into what they are calling a “suspicious death”. The police are investigating the entire matter and this death has stirred among the citizens. As per the news release from the Integrated Homicide Investigation team of Lower Mainland that Coquitlam RCMP was called to a house in the 3100 block of Coast of Meridian Road in Port Coquitlam Wednesday afternoon. Keep on reading to know more about the case. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Port Coquitlam Death
IHIT did not give more information on the nature of the first call, stating only that frontline Mounties and paramedics officials had been called to the house for a sudden demise and discovered a 41-year-old deceased man. IHIT stated in its release that “Parties engaged in this brawl are believed to be known to each other.”
IHIT further said, Homicide investigating officers were in the area on Thursday, 31st March 2022 completing “priority tasks” and working closely with Coquitlam RCMP. Det. Cpl. Sukhi Dhesi, a mouthpiece for IHIT, in the release said “Our investigating officers are in the stage of collecting evidence related to this murder case. We are working nearly with BC Coroners Service to collect proof to determine what occurred.”
Port Coquitlam Homicide Team Investigating
Police did not give much information on this homicide and also did not release the name of the deceased person as far only the age of the victim is identified who was 41 years old. Apart from this information, there are no other details that can prove the nature of the crime and why this murder has happened. Our sources are trying hard to get more information on this murder as soon as we find any new development we will update this section. Police are requesting that people share any information related to this case.
There is not any kind of indication that the suspicious demise is connected to the ongoing Lower Mainland gang war, IHIT stated, adding that anyone with any kind of information related to this incident can call the IHIT information line at 877-551-4448 or also can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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