|Prince Rupert RCMP have an update on their search|
of Moresby Park last week following the
discovery of human remains
The Police presence in the Moresby Park area of the west side of Prince Rupert is at an end, with the search of the park after the discovery of human remains now concluded.
In an update today, the Prince Rupert RCMP outlined that the park is now open to the public following their work in the area which began last Thursday.
|Moresby Park on the west side of Prince Rupert has|
been reopened to the public following an RCMP
investigation into the discovery of human remains last week
Few details have been released about the discovery of the human remains, with the RCMP noting that the they continue to work with the BC Coroners Service for the purpose of identification of the remains and to identify the cause of death.
More on their statement can be reviewed here.
At the time of the original advisory of last week, the Prince Rupert detachment stressed that there was no active threat for the public related to the discovery.
Further background on the work of Emergency Responders across the Northwest can be found from our archive page.