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CanadaHomicide charge laid in stabbing death of Canadian man in Mexico

17:08  23 april  2019
17:08  23 april  2019 Source:   cbc.ca

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State prosecutors in Mexico have laid a homicide charge in the stabbing death of Canadian Bruce Allen. A press release from Yucatan state prosecutors Allen and his partner had been vacationing in the city, which is near Merida in the Yucatan Peninsula, since November. Federal police in Mexico

Mexican authorities have laid murder charges in connection to the stabbing death of a Dartmouth man . Bruce Allen, 70, was found dead on Friday in an apartment he had been renting with his partner in the Yucatan city of Progreso.

Homicide charge laid in stabbing death of Canadian man in Mexico © Bruce Allen/Facebook Bruce Allen in a social media photo.

State prosecutors in Mexico have laid a homicide charge in the stabbing death of Canadian Bruce Allen.

A press release from Yucatan state prosecutors said the suspect allegedly attacked a Canadian citizen with a knife inside an apartment in the small beach city of Progreso.

Judicial authorities decided to hold the unnamed suspect in prison while the investigation continues, the state prosecutor's office said.

Allen, 70, of Dartmouth, N.S., was found by his partner in their vacation apartment in Progreso on Friday morning with multiple stab wounds to his neck and chest, a family member said.

The suspect is a Mexican citizen, the release said.

Allen and his partner had been vacationing in the city, which is near Merida in the Yucatan Peninsula, since November.

Federal police in Mexico are conducting the investigation.

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