Salmon Arm RCMP find human remains

RCMP and BC Coroners Service confirm investigation of human remains found near 6th Street NE and Lakeshore Drive.

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The Salmon Arm RCMP and BC Coroners Services announced late Tuesday afternoon that they are investigating the discovery of human remains located by police.

The Salmon Arm RCMP were called to an area on 6th Street NE on May 20.

Investigators located what have been confirmed as partially decomposed human remains in an area between 6th Street NE and Lakeshore Drive. The remains were located down an unused steep footpath that is overgrown.

Police say the remains appear to be fairly recent.

“At this time the Salmon Arm RCMP is working with the BC Coroner’s service to identify those remains. The investigation and identification of the remains may take some time as investigators may have to rely on DNA analysis to conclusively identify the remains,” says RCMP Staff Sgt. Scott West.

West says updates will be provided when possible.

 

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