Police launched a death investigation and conducted an autopsy, but said further examinations by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner are needed.
RCMP investigating after body found in Strathcona County industrial area
Authorities have not yet been able to identify the body. Instead, theyve released a composite sketch of the deceased and are asking the for the publics help in identifying him. The man is described as
Investigators have already spoken with the registered owner of the van but are hoping that someone may have seen the vehicle between last Tuesday and last Thursday..
Police have also identified and contacted the registered owner of a white cube van that is believed to be connected to the investigation. However, RCMP would like the public to share if they saw the van in their neighbourhoods or travels between September 11 and 13.
The vans body and trailer are white and feature a side decal that reads A.D & Sons in blue and Moving & Cleaning Service in black.
Anyone with information related to the deceased or vehicle are asked to contact Strathcona County RCMP at 780-467-7741, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 and www.tipsubmit.com.
Police are asking the public to share information on the pictured van if they saw it in their neighbourhoods or during their travels between September 11 and 13.
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RCMP major crimes investigators are asking for help from the public after a man's body was found last week in a rural area of Strathcona County.
An autopsy was performed Friday in Edmonton but further examinations are required at the office of the chief medical examiner, RCMP said.
They have released two photos of the GMC van, which has the words "A.D & Sons" and "Moving & Cleaning Service" on each side.
Now they want to hear from anyone who saw it in their neighbourhood or on the road between Sept. 11 and Sept. 13.
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