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Body of Prince Albert, Sask. homicide victim found near Hague

The remains of Byron Bear, believed to be a Prince Albert, Sask., homicide victim, have been found near Hague. Supplied / Prince Albert Police Service

The body of a man believed to be a Prince Albert, Sask., homicide victim has been located.

Byron Bear, 27, was reported missing by his family on Dec. 7, 2021.

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Prince Albert police believe Bear was involved in a serious incident the previous day at a home in the 300 block of 9th Street East.

No victim was found, but police said evidence was found of a serious assault.

The remains of a man were found in a rural area near Hague, Sask., on Feb. 10 and police have confirmed the remains to be those of Bear.

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Hague is approximately 95 kilometres southwest of Prince Albert.

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A cause of death has not been released. Police said an autopsy was scheduled for Monday.

Two men are charged with second-degree murder in Bear’s death.

Raine Farrow, 23, and Kyle Burns, 37, made their first court appearances last week.

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