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Kamloops RCMP identify killing victim following an autopsy

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Key takeaways: 

  • RCMP released photos of the victim to appeal to bystanders.
  • RCMP has released pictures of Mohd Abdullah from March 14, 2022. Abdullah is considered to be the victim of a homicide. 

RCMP says a suspicious demise in Kamloops the previous week is being investigated as a killing.

Mohd Abdullah was earlier heard from on March 11 and declared missing on March 14 after failing to report to the job at Thompson Rivers University.

The 60-year-old was seen dead inside a car on the 1600-block of Monterey Place on March 17.

RCMP said Wednesday that Abdullah is believed to be a victim of homicide following an autopsy.

Police are restating a public call for information on the case.

RCMP released images of Abdullah from March 11 in the expectancies it may jog the memory of witnesses. He frequently used public transit or traveled by foot, according to RCMP. 

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local lawyer Rogelio Butch Bagabuyo, 54, was charged with one count of interfering

He is five feet eight inches tall and 126 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.

RCMP earlier released a picture of a white van connected to the probe. The van is described as a white 2020 GMC Budget rental van with the B.C. license plate PJ 9131.

Police say the van may have traveled to Kamloops and surrounding rural districts, such as Barriere, Clearwater, Savona, Cache Creek, and Valemount.

On Friday, local lawyer Rogelio Butch Bagabuyo, 54, was arrested with one count of interfering with a dead body after allegedly placing human remains in a plastic bin.

Investigators say no other charges have been urged against him at this time. Police have not revealed how the two men knew each other. The B.C. Coroners Service is conducting its probe. 

Thompson Rivers University said in a report that Abdullah worked at the university for 21 years, playing an essential role in the Faculty of Science and Open Learning. The university stated it is cooperating with the police and is arranging to counsel those who require it. 

Source – cbc.ca

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