North Shore homicide investigation top priority for Kamloops RCMP investigators

By James Peters
January 25, 2017 - 11:52am Updated: January 25, 2017 - 5:39pm

KAMLOOPS — RCMP say the investigation into the homicide that took 42 year old Sean Dunn's life is the number one priority of its Major Crimes Unit.

Dunn was killed December 30 near Tranquille Road after an argument had spilled out of a nearby drinking establishment.

Cpl. Jodi Shelkie says it's believed all witness interviews are complete.

"Our Major Crimes Unit has been been speaking to everybody that was on scene that night. They have taken statements and at this time they are just collecting all the evidence they we have to come to a successful conclusion. If we haven't spoken to you, and you do have some infomation from that evening, please give us a call," said Shelkie.

Shelkie says even though no suspects have been identified, it's not believed there is any danger to the general public.

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