Deaths in Edmonton, B.C. ruled murder-suicide by police
Published Wednesday, July 15, 2020 3:41PM MDT
Police were called to a home in SW Edmonton July 11 after a body was found in the residence. (Sean McClune/CTV News Edmonton)
EDMONTON -- Police have ruled the deaths of a woman in Edmonton and a man in B.C. a murder-suicide after an autopsy.
Teresa Dejesus Esquivel-Robles, 39, was found dead in a southwest Edmonton early Saturday morning.
A vehicle investigators said that day was of interest to the case was found in B.C. later that night.
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The owner, Luis Antonio Candela-Gonzalez, 39, was found dead nearby.
After an autopsy, police have revealed the woman was stabbed to death. Her case has been ruled a homicide.
B.C. coroners have not released how Candela-Gonzalez died, but Sicamous RCMP do not believe it was criminal in nature.
Police said no charges will laid, and investigators are not looking for any more suspects.