Terrace RCMP are investigating a sudden death, discovered May 15, in the woods between the curling rink and the train tracks. (Jake Wray photo)

Terrace RCMP investigating sudden death

Police asking public for information

Terrace RCMP are investigating after officers discovered a sudden death Friday May 15 around 11 a.m.

A deceased person was found in the woods between the curling rink and the train tracks according to an RCMP press release.

The release said RCMP are asking for the public’s help with the investigation.

“Police are requesting anyone who may have seen or heard anything in the area to please contact Terrace RCMP,” the release said. “Anyone who has surveillance of the area or information about what transpired is also asked to call 250-638-7400 and reference file 20-4558.”

“The public is asked to please refrain from going near the area while police investigate this occurrence.”

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