No foul play in death of Kispiox man: RCMP

Police have ruled out any foul play in the Nov. 25 death of a 62-year old Kispiox man.

  • Nov. 30, 2011 5:00 p.m.

Police have ruled out any foul play in the death of a 62-year old Kispiox man.

On Nov. 25, police found the man deceased at Giskaast Street home on the Kispiox reserve.

New Hazelton RCMP had been called to the home by the man’s family, who wanted them to check and see if he was okay.

Based on the police investigation of the man’s home and the results of a Nov. 29 autopsy at Vancouver General Hospital, New Hazelton RCMP have concluded the man did not die as a result of foul play.

The BC Coroners Service are continuing their investigation into the man’s death.

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