Prince Albert, Sask. police apologize for releasin

2022-04-05
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SASKATOON –


Prince Albert Police Service (PAPS) apologized Friday for releasing details of a Saskatoon woman’s death in a media release before notifying her family.


On Wednesday, PAPS said in a news release that Taya Rae Anne Sinclair, 24, was found dead Tuesday at the snow dump area south of the Alfred Jenkins Field House in Prince Alberts medical officer of health deems COVID levels safe enough for them to return.. Police said her body had been burnt and she was considered the victim of a homicidepublic_health_emergency_of_international_concern.


“Although this information is correct, and both investigators and Victim Services were with the family at the time of the release1940AP, all details of her death had not yet been shared with Taya’s family before they were released publicly,” PAPS said in Friday’s release.

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