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Prince Albert police asking for public’s help after fatal pedestrian collision

Prince Albert police are asking for anyone who may have witnessed a pedestrian collision on Oct. 22 to come forward after a death on 2nd Avenue West.
Prince Albert police are asking for anyone who may have witnessed a pedestrian collision on Oct. 22 to come forward after a death on 2nd Avenue West. File / Global News

Police are asking for the public’s help with a fatal pedestrian collision in Prince Albert, Sask.

The crash occurred in the 3900-block of 2nd Avenue West the evening of Oct. 22.

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George Alfred Ray, 36, was pronounced dead.

Evidence was gathered by collision reconstruction and forensic identification officers at the scene.

Prince Albert police seized a vehicle at a nearby home a short time after the collision. A suspect was arrested, questioned and has since been released.

No charges have been laid.

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The investigation is ongoing with help from the chief coroner’s office.

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Anyone with information is asked to contact Prince Albert police at 306-953-4222 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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