Edmonton police investigate 9 deaths at 3 separate but connected crime scenes

Police have found nine people dead at three separate locations in Edmonton and Fort Saskatchewan.

Seven dead people were found in a home in north Edmonton on Monday night — three women, two men and two children, a boy and a girl. Police made their first call to the home at 8:30 p.m. The seven bodies were discovered three and a half hours later when police responded to reports of a suicidal man at that location.

A woman’s body was found in a house in the city’s southwest and another body was found at a restaurant in Fort Saskatchewan. The man found dead inside the restaurant matched the description of the suicidal male.

Police have not released any names or the relationships of the victims.

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  • There was also murders of six people in BC.

    What is with this rash of killings?

    • No idea.

      • Clausewitz

        Tong Wars can be a bitch. They don’t just take you out, they take out your entire gene pool.

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    The noodle joint looks blown out, as if from a blast. No mention anywhere.

  • Gaylord Ponce

    I would suggest it looks to me like an ethnic gang war but that would be racist, so I won’t say it..

  • Frances

    Handgun involved apparently reported stolen (in BC) in 2006. Where else has it been?

    That said, condolences to the families involved.