By Lethbridge Herald on May 5, 2015.
Autopsies completed late last week have confirmed the victims of a triple homicide died of multiple stab wounds, according to police.
The bodies of Clarissa English, 24, Dakota English, 18 and Kyle Devine, 27, were located during the early-morning hours on April 28, inside a home along the 200 block of McGill Boulevard after officers responded to a report from a concerned neighbour to check on their welfare.
Currently, no charges have been laid in connection with their deaths but the investigation is progressing, police said in a press release.
Police added the belief authorities have is the deceased are the victims of a targeted incident — not a random crime, and there is no evidence to suggest any ongoing risk to neighbours or the general public.
No further information or investigative details will be released at this time, according to police, as doing so could have a negative effect on the ongoing investigation and potentially impact future prosecution of the case.
In the media release, the Lethbridge Regional Police Service stated officials understand the public has questions, and LRPS is working to provide answers that will come in time. However, police added it’s important for the community to understand the integrity of the investigation must take precedence over curiosity.
Police added the primary duty is to Clarissa and Dakota English, Kyle Devine and their families to make sure the person(s) responsible for this horrific crime is brought to justice.
When police are in a position to provide further details, additional information will be released.
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