Police Release Video in Double Murder Case

The RCMP have released surveillance video, in the hopes of solving a double murder.

This happened in North Battleford on Christmas Eve, last year.

The bodies of Alyssa LeCaine and Daphne Bear were found after a house fire on the 1000 block of 108th Street in North Battleford.

Their deaths are considered homicides.

“With the increased quality and prevalence of privately or business-owned video surveillance systems, comes the opportunity to potentially utilize captured video to assist serious police investigations,” says Superintendent Joshua Graham, Officer in Charge of Saskatchewan RCMP Major Crimes. “In the video investigators released today to assist the ongoing investigation in North Battleford, viewers can note trim around the hood of the jacket and distinctive brown or yellow-coloured boots. We are hoping these two notable features will help us identify the individual in the video. Investigators would like to speak with this person as they may have important information about Alyssa and Daphne’s deaths.”

The individual is shown in the back alley between 108th and 109th streets of North Battleford, they cross 10th Avenue and enter the alleyway beyond.

If you know who this person is, or if you know anything about this crime, you are asked to call the RCMP or Crime Stoppers.




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