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Father and son found dead in Steinbach home

By: Grant Burr

Posted: 04/1/2018 10:40 AM

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Investigators adjust police tape surrounding a home on Parkwood Cove in Steinbach on Sunday morning. RCMP said in a release that officers found a father and son dead in the home on Saturday. The deaths are considered suspicious but police added that no other individuals or suspects are being sought in the matter.

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Investigators adjust police tape surrounding a home on Parkwood Cove in Steinbach on Sunday morning. RCMP said in a release that officers found a father and son dead in the home on Saturday. The deaths are considered suspicious but police added that no other individuals or suspects are being sought in the matter.

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RCMP said in a release on Sunday morning that the deaths of a father and son, found on Saturday in a Steinbach home on a Parkwood Cove, are considered suspicious but that there is no threat to public safety.

Steinbach RCMP arrived at the Steinbach residence around 2 p.m. on Saturday afternoon.

Inside the home, police said officers found the bodies of the 54-year-old man and 25-year-old man, both from Steinbach.

Though the deaths are considered suspicious, police said they are not searching for any other individuals or suspects related to matter. 

Steinbach RCMP, Major Crimes Services and Forensic Identification Services are continuing their investigation.

Update 11:50 a.m.: Photo added of incident location.

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