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Second-degree murder charge laid after man found dead in Sask. provincial park
Published Tuesday, October 3, 2017 2:37PM CST
A woman has been charged with second-degree murder after a man was found dead at a provincial park in southwestern Saskatchewan last year.
The body of Logan Ring was discovered in Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park last November.
On Tuesday morning, officers arrested a suspect without incident at a home in Swift Current. Rebecca Lynn Kuhlman, 25, of Swift Current was scheduled to appear in court Wednesday on a charge of second-degree murder in Ring’s death.
Mounties say Kuhlman was known to the victim. Police are seeking information on traffic in and out of the park and parking lot between Nov. 14 and 17.
In addition, investigators are looking for the descriptions of people or vehicles seen in the area at the time, including Ring’s blue 1991 Ford Explorer. They are also looking for details on Ring’s activities and whereabouts before he died.
“We know there are people with more information about Logan’s death and the time period leading up to it,” RCMP Staff Sgt. Murray Chamberlin said in a news release.
“We encourage these people to come forward and speak with police or call Crime Stoppers anonymously.”