Police identify second victim of N.S. homicide
Police are investigating a fatal fire at a camp near Sheet Harbour, N.S.
The Canadian Press
Published Thursday, December 27, 2012 4:44PM AST
Last Updated Thursday, December 27, 2012 5:25PM AST
HALIFAX - Police investigating a double homicide at a hunting camp in Nova Scotia have released the name of the second victim.
RCMP say that 59-year-old Earle Stewart's body was found in the rubble of the burned-out structure in the Sheet Harbour area.
Stewart's remains were found after emergency personnel responded to the blaze off Highway 374 on Dec. 12.
Police had earlier identified 22-year-old Matt Hebb as the other person whose body was found following the blaze.
Halifax investigators arrested a man and a woman on Dec. 18 in connection with the deaths, but later released them.
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