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Iskut death ruled not suspicious

On March 26, 2014 the Dease Lake RCMP and the North District Major Crime Unit responded to the sudden death of a 22 year old man at the Iskut First Nation, near Dease Lake BC.

The incident was initially treated as suspicious as foul play could not be ruled out.

After conducting a thorough investigation, police have determined the death is not suspicious and the case has been turned over to the BC Coroner's Service.

 

 

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