Body Parts Found On Canada Tribal Reserve
WINNIPEG, Manitoba, July 31 (UPI) — Authorities in Canada say they are investigating the death of a female whose body parts were found scattered at Sandy Bay First Nation.
A large area of the tribal reserve on the western shore of Lake Manitoba was cordoned off as the investigation was being conducted by investigators from the Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
The body parts were discovered Saturday in a ditch and another site on the reserve, the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. reported Sunday.
The victim had not been identified and the manner of death had not been determined.
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