Grande Prairie, AB: RCMP has located human remains outside the city of Grande Prairie believed to be related to the Adrian SNIDER homicide investigation.
Yesterday afternoon Edmonton Major Crimes Unit located what are believed to be human remains at a rural location outside of the city. Police believe the remains are related to the homicide of Adrian SNIDER. Confirmation of the identity of the remains will be made public after they are examined by the ME’s office and the appropriate notification of next of kin are complete.
The remains are being taken to the Medical Examiner’s Office in Edmonton. An autopsy is scheduled for early this afternoon. RCMP will provide an update after the autopsy is complete.
RCMP Grande Prairie – Arrests made in the death of Adrian SNIDER – Update #4
Grande Prairie AB: RCMP wish to convey their condolences to the Family of Adrian Snider. Major Crimes investigators have arrested and charged two people in connection with the homicide investigation.
Patrick Decque, 29 was arrested on Friday evening, at his residence, in Grande Prairie; Dominic Decque, 27 also of Grande Prairie, was arrested on Saturday at a shopping mall in Grande Prairie. Both males have been charged with the murder of Snider and made their first court appearance this morning, in Grande Prairie Provincial Court. They will appear in court again on May 25, 2015. A third person was arrested on this matter, but has since been released without charges.
RCMP are looking for further suspects in this case and would like anyone who has not already contacted the RCMP in Grande Prairie, to call 780-830-5701.
The Grande Prairie RCMP would like to thank the public for their assistance in this investigation.