Homicide Investigation – Two Suspects Still Sought
THUNDER BAY – NEWS – Thunder Bay Police Service officers were dispatched to the 200-block area of Pearl Street just after 10:15 pm on Sunday, May 15 following a 911 call about a shooting incident that had just occurred.
A 41-year-old Thunder Bay man was located in the area with serious injuries. He died from his injuries and was pronounced dead at the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre.
Investigators with the Thunder Bay Police Service Major Crimes and Forensic Identification Units are now involved in the ongoing investigation.
As a result of the ongoing investigation the Thunder Bay Police Service has arrested Jamie OSMAR (1977/11/03) of Thunder Bay for:
- First-Degree Murder
- Breach of Recognizance
Thunder Bay Police say that there are also two male suspects who remain outstanding.
Suspect 1 believed to be a White male, slim build, long dark unkempt hair, dark pants, light-coloured hoodie, black hat on backwards.
Suspect 2 believed to be male, slim build, light-coloured jacket, grey pants, white toque, light-coloured face mask
Both suspects are considered to be armed and dangerous. If encountered do not approach. Call 9-1-1 immediately.
Anyone with information or cameras in the area are asked to contact police at 807-685-1200, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-8477, online at www.p3tips.com/273.
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Signs of illegal activity
If a property is being used for an illegal activity you may notice some common signs.
Seeing one of these signs doesn’t always mean illegal activity is going on, but if they happen often or together, a problem may exist.
Some common signs of illegal activity include:
- frequent visitors at all times of the day and night
- frequent late night activity
- extensive home security
- residents that are rarely seen, distant or secretive
- windows blackened or curtains always drawn
- neglected property and yard
- people repeatedly visiting the property who only go to the door for a short time
- residents who regularly meet vehicles near the property for a short time
- strange odours coming from the house or garbage
- garbage that contains numerous bottles and containers, particularly chemical containers
- putting garbage in a neighbour’s collection area