Death Deemed Non-Criminal – Thunder Bay Police

Thunder Bay Police

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Not a Suspicious Death – TBPS

THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay Police state that a death earlier thought to be suspicious is not. “A post mortem examination was conducted today on a deceased female who was discovered at a residence on Archibald Street yesterday morning. The death has been deemed non-criminal. This is no longer considered a suspicious death”.

The name of the deceased has not been released.

Police Memorial Walk

The public is welcome to attend the Thunder Bay Police Service Memorial Service on Sunday September 29 to honour the fallen Canadian peace officers who gave their lives serving their communities. There will be a march beginning at 1:30 p.m. travelling from the Provincial Court House to St. Paul’s Anglican Church on Ridgeway where the service will be held. The service is scheduled to begin at 2:00 p.m.

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