Brayden Moonias Death Ruled a Homicide

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Thunder Bay Police including the Forensics Unit on scene just north of Marina Park
Thunder Bay Police including the Forensics Unit on scene just north of Marina Park
Thunder Bay Police including the Forensics Unit on scene just north of Marina Park
Thunder Bay Police including the Forensics Unit on scene just north of Marina Park

THUNDER BAY – Updated – Thunder Bay has another homicide. The death of eighteen-year-old Brayden Moonias of Thunder Bay has been determined to be a homicide following a post mortem examination which was conducted in Toronto on Wednesday August 9, 2017.

Police report that details of the post mortem examination will not be disclosed to the public.

The crime scene at Marina Park and McVicar Creek has been released.

Sources inform NetNewsLedger that Brayden Moonias was a witness in court in Thunder Bay in the trial over the homicide of Otis Perkins.

The investigation by the TBPS Criminal Investigations Branch continues.

Anyone with information should call Police at (807) 684-1200 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 www.tipsubmit.com .

TBPS Investigators have also set up a special tip line at 684-5000.

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