Skip to main content

RCMP remain on scene of Sask. farm where 4 bodies were discovered Sunday night


RCMP’s Major Crimes unit is investigating following the discovery of four bodies at a rural residence near the village of Neudorf, Sask.

According to an update released Monday evening, Melville RCMP received the wellness check request at 6:05 p.m. on March 24.

Officers travelled to the property where they discovered the bodies of four adults inside the residence.

The deaths are being considered suspicious and Saskatchewan RCMP Major Crimes have taken charge of the investigation in collaboration with the province’s coroners service.

“Initial investigation indicates that there is no imminent risk to public safety,” the update read. “Should this change and a public safety risk is identified, Saskatchewan RCMP will notify the public immediately.”

Saskatchewan RCMP first notified residents of an increased police presence near the village at around 10 a.m. on Monday.

Residents were asked to avoid areas where officers were present and to follow any police direction provided.

The village of Neudorf is located about 143 kilometres northeast of Regina.

RCMP released further details Tuesday afternoon, click the link below for the latest information available. Top Stories

How a DNA test solved the biggest mystery in one man's life

At 76 years old, Paul McLister learned the family he'd grown up with had kept a massive secret from him all his life. He also found answers to questions he'd pondered since childhood, and gained a whole new family — all because of a DNA test kit.

The shadow war between Iran and Israel has been exposed. What happens next?

Iran’s unprecedented attack on Israel early Sunday marked a change in approach for Tehran, which had relied on proxies across the Middle East since the start of the Israel-Hamas war in October. All eyes are now on whether Israel chooses to take further military action, while Washington seeks diplomatic measures instead to ease regional tensions.

Stay Connected