This is to inform you that homicide detectives recently announced the identity of the decedent found dead in Pitt Meadows. Investigators reportedly identified the victim who was found dead in Pitt Meadows on Monday, April 17, 2023. After waiting a couple of days, investigators released the identity of her. Since homicide investigators released the details of the victims, people have turned their eyes to this news and are now hoping for an arrest in the case. If you are anxious to find out who the man found dead in Pitt Meadows was, stay with this page and continue reading this article. In the following sections of this article, we have discussed all the imperative details shared by the authorities. Read this column to the end. Scroll down the page.
Randy Semotiuk’s body found in Pitt Meadows
The victim was reportedly a 31-year-old native of Maple Ridge. It is believed that he was a drifter. What was his name? The homeless man who was found dead in Pitt Meadows Monday afternoon has been identified as Randy Semotiuk. Randy Semotiuk was from Maple Ridge and is said to be a drifter. Scroll down the page and read more details about it.
According to the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team, Randy Semotiuk had been missing since Monday morning and was found dead Monday afternoon. He had not been seen for many days before he was found dead. The homeless man was reportedly reported missing Monday morning, so proactive patrols were launched to find him. Meanwhile, IHIT announced that the man was found dead in the afternoon. Randy Semotiuk was located dead in the 19800 block of Lougheed Highway. After confirming his identity, IHIT released a statement to confirm that Randy has been found but he is not alive. Scroll down the page and read more details,
IHIT declared that the death of Randy Semotiuk is considered a murder case. “The injuries observed by the members lead them to believe that the man was the victim of a homicide,” said Sgt. Timothy Pierotti, an IHIT spokesman said: “We are at the beginning of this investigation. Investigators will remain in the area searching for witnesses and collecting evidence throughout the week as we work to build a timeline of events leading up to Mr. Semotiuk’s untimely death.” If anyone with information is asked to contact IHIT at 877-51-4448. Stay tuned to this website for more details and updates.