Deceased's name withheld as authorities continue investigation of suspicious death in the Shuswap

The house on the 2500-block of Squilax Anglemont Road
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LEE CREEK - Investigators are still examining the events which led to a suspicious death at a Shuswap home in November.

Following up on a complaint of shots fired, officers attended a Lee Creek home on the 2500 block of Squilax-Anglemont Road Nov. 28. Upon arrival they found a woman’s body.

At the time, police said the 47-year-old’s death was being treated as suspicious. An autopsy of the body took place Dec. 1.

On that same day, a man taken into custody in relation to the investigation was released by Chase RCMP. Investigators and the B.C. Coroner’s Service have released few details since.

Barb McLintock, a spokesperson for the B.C. Coroners Service, says officials will refrain from naming the deceased as they continue working to determine exactly what happened.

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