Enderby deaths believed murder-suicide

By Pete McIntyre
November 25, 2016 - 6:54am Updated: November 25, 2016 - 10:43am

ENDERBY, B.C. —  Police say the deaths of  two Enderby residents was a domestic related murder suicide

A 46 year old woman and 69 year old man were found dead last Friday at a home on Spruce Crescent on the Splatsin First Nations reserve.

Police say the two were married, and were the only residents of the home. 

Their bodies were found by family members who were checking on their well-being after the man had failed to show up for work.

Corporal Dan Moskaluk says a firearm involved in the incident, was recovered at the scene, and there was no evidence of third party involvement.

Police continue to investigate what they call the murder of the female  victim, and are assisting the Coroners Service in the non-criminal death of the man. 

Their names have not been released.

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