Canada RCMP investigating after 2 men found dead near Glendon, Alberta
Two men killed on rural Alberta road were hunting to feed their families after COVID-19 layoffs
Two men shot on a rural Alberta road found on Saturday were hunting to feed their families after a COVID-19 job loss, the day before they were found dead. Jake Sansom, 39, and Morris Cardinal, 57, were discovered on the road near a black pickup truck early Saturday morning north of Glendon with gunshot wounds. The pair spent Friday fishing and hunting for moose near Seibert Lake, after Sansom was laid off from his job as a heavy duty mechanic in Nobleford amid the global pandemic. Both men have Métis ancestry and hunting rights.
are investigating the shooting deaths of two men found northeast of the village of Glendon, Alberta.
Bonnyville RCMP were called to an area at Township Road 622 and Range Road 484 around 4 a.m. on March 28, where they found two men who had been shot near a vehicle.
The men were aged 39 and 57, said RCMP, and their deaths appear to be suspicious.
The RCMP Major Crimes Unit has been called in to take over the investigation.
RCMP said autopsies will be conducted on March 31 to confirm the causes of death.
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The vehicle the two men were associated with is a black 2014 Dodge Ram 1500, police said.
RCMP are asking anyone with information or with dash-cam footage from the areas listed below between 8:00 p.m. March 27 and 4:00 a.m. March 28 to contact them.
Areas of interest:
Range Road 84
Range Road 85
Range Road 90
Township Road 614
Township Road 620
Township Road 622
Anyone with information should call the Bonnyville RCMP at 780-343-7200. You can also submit tips anonymously through Crime Stoppersor by phone at 1-800-222-8477.
The village of Glendon is located about 210 kilometres northeast of Edmonton.
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