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15-year-old Edmonton boy's death being investigated by homicide detectives

Broden Radomske, a Grade 9 student from Lorne Akins Junior High, died on May 21, 2024. Broden Radomske, a Grade 9 student from Lorne Akins Junior High, died on May 21, 2024.
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A man is in custody after the suspicious death of a 15-year-old boy in Edmonton Tuesday evening.

The teen was found at 137 Avenue and 184 Street around 9:30 p.m. by police who had received a report of an "injured male" there.

He died at the scene, despite the efforts of police and paramedics.

"An adult male was taken into custody shortly after the incident," police said in a news release the next day.

They believe the man and teen knew each other but did not say how.

The homicide detectives who are investigating are not looking for any other suspects.

An autopsy will be done on Friday. 

St. Albert Public Schools says Broden Radomske, a Grade 9 student from Lorne Akins Junior High, died Tuesday night.

Flags outside the board building were lowered on Wednesday for the student.

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