Shooting death in Saskatoon called ‘suspicious’ by police

Major crimes is investigating what police are calling a suspicious death after a shooting in Saskatoon. Slavo Kutas / Global News

A shooting death in Saskatoon is being called suspicious by police.

Officers were called to a home in the 600 block of 33rd Street West Monday afternoon for a report of an injured man, Saskatoon police said.

Several people were found in the home, including a 42-year-old man with what police said appeared to be a gunshot wound.

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He was rushed to Royal University Hospital with life-threatening injuries and police said Tuesday morning he died from those injuries.

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No other details have been released by police, including the shooting victim’s name.

No arrests have been made as members of the major crimes section investigate “what is considered a suspicious death.”

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