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Homicide arrest made by Sudbury police

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A 34-year-old has been arrested in connection with the death on Spruce Street in Sudbury, according to a media release by Greater Sudbury Police Services on Saturday.

Shortly before 6:45 a.m. on Aug. 11 officers responded to an address on Spruce Street in Sudbury.

"When officers arrived on scene a deceased female was located at the residence," police said in the release.

As a result of the investigation detectives with the Major Case Section of the Criminal Investigation Division have arrested a 34-year-old resident for homicide.

Sources tell CTV News that the victim was a 27-year-old female who worked at Health Sciences North and the death was domestic in nature.

Police encourage anyone with information about this incident to contact GSPS at 705-675-9171.

Story updated by GSPS media release and reporting by Alana Pickrell.

 

Original Story:

One woman is dead in what police will only call a suspicious death in the city.

It happened late this week, police are so far keeping tight-lipped, but they are confirming one person has been taken into custody.

Sources tell CTV News the victim was 27-years-old and worked at Health Sciences North. They added that their death was domestic in nature.

The Criminal Investigations Division is said to be leading the investigation.

We're being told investigators are planning to release more details on Monday.

Correction

An earlier version of the article said the deceased was 37 years of age rather than 27.

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