2nd man in custody for Baylee Wylie murder
A second man was arrested by police in New Brunswick in connection with the murder of Baylee Wylie.
Tyler Noel, 18, was found by police in a vehicle in Petitcodiac, which is about 30 minutes west of Moncton, around 1 p.m. on Saturday. Two men with him were also arrested and remain in custody.
Police were called to the area after a break and enter at a camp in Elgin, which is 20 kilometres south of Petitcodiac. They said they believe Noel was hiding out at a camp or a cottage in the area.
He is charged with first degree murder and arson.
Angie Wylie, the victim’s aunt, told Global News the news of the arrest came as a “relief,” and she called on the public for help finding the other other person accused in Baylee’s death will be found soon.
“Yesterday was a good day for us,” Angie wrote in an email. “We received notice that Tyler Noel had been captured at approx. 3 p.m.
“If you could only understand the feeling of relief as my sister heard across the phone that they had him. Now we just need to concentrate our efforts on finding marissa. Anyone who has even a tip no matter how small please call it in. All it takes is one person.”
Baylee was found in a burned out home in Moncton on Dec. 17. Police have called his murder “extremely violent.”
On Dec. 28, RCMP issued a Canada-wide arrest warrant for Noel as well as 20-year-old Marissa Shephard, who they are still searching for.
Devin Morningstar, 18, is also charged with first degree murder and arson in connection with Baylee’s death. He appeared in court earlier this week.
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