Vehicles parked in the back alley behind the cordoned off homes in Stettler. (Landin Chambers/Black Press)

Red Deer RCMP investigate suspicious death in Stettler

More details to follow as police continue to investigate

Updated April 10

Red Deer RCMP Major Crimes and Stettler RCMP are investigating the suspicious death of a man in Stettler on April 6.

According to police a deceased male was found inside a home. The victim hasn’t been positively identified and an autopsy date was yet to be determined at press time.

Police asked the public’s help in locating a white 2008 Ford F-150 truck with Alberta plate #BRM 9136, which belonged to the victim. RCMP advised the public not to approach the truck if they saw the vehicle and to call 911 immediately.

On April 7 at about 8 p.m. the suspect vehicle was located near Wetaskiwin. Two adult males and two adult females in the truck were arrested at the intersection of Hwy 13 and Range Road 254. They were taken into custody in connection with possession of property obtained by crime.

The name of the victim and the suspects have not been released by RCMP. Police continue to investigate.

 

A Red Deer RCMP officer guards two homes cordoned off in Stettler. (Lisa Joy/Black Press)

Photo of the white 2008 Ford F-150 Quad Cab truck police were searching for over the weekend.

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