Update To Shooting- 2300 Block 33rd Street West. 3rd Homicide 2017

Update

Further to the previous updates dated July 22nd, 2017 and August 10th, 2017 the Saskatoon Police Service has located and seized the black Nissan truck that was involved Saskatoon’s 3rd Homicide of the year.

A patrol officer located the unoccupied vehicle and seized it. Members of the Forensic Identification Section have processed the vehicle for evidence related to the homicide.

The vehicle was found to have been stolen out of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.

Major Crimes Section continues to investigate this homicide and are asking members of the public to contact the Saskatoon Police Service at 306-975-8300 or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 if they have any information.

Release 2017- 0654

Late this morning the 27 year old male victim from the shooting reported on July 22nd, 2017 succumbed to his injuries and is now deceased.
This incident is now deemed the 3rd Homicide in Saskatoon for 2017.

The name of the deceased will not be released at this time. It is believed that the victim and the suspect are unknown to each other.

Investigators from Major Crime Section, Forensic Identification along with the Chief Coroner's office are still investigating.

Anyone with information on this incident is asked to contact the Saskatoon Police Service at 306-975-8300 or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.


Saskatoon Police are currently on scene at a shooting that took place just before 10:00 a.m. this morning in the 2300 block of 33rd St. West.

Police received a call at 9:49 a.m. July 22, 2017, indicating that a male had been shot. Upon arrival, officers located a 27 year old male with a gun shot wound to the abdomen and he has been transported to Royal University Hospital in serious condition.

Police are looking for a black Nissan Titan truck with a black bumper that may have been involved which left westbound in the alley with 3 male occupants.

Anyone with information on this incident is asked to contact the Saskatoon Police Service at 306-975-8300 or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.