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Suspicious death of Squamish woman was homicide, say investigators | CBC News


Suspicious death of Squamish woman was homicide, say investigators | CBC News: Raena Henry, a 28-year-old Squamish resident and member of the Pauquachin First Nation, was found dead in a home on the 37900 block of Third Avenue on March 27.

After local RCMP attended the scene, a decision was made to call in the Integrated Homicide Investigation team.

On Friday, IHIT announced the death is now considered a homicide and issued an appeal to the public for more information.

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