Lisa VanderVelde/Morning Star The police dog unit searches the perimeter of the Sundance Suites after a police incident Wednesday.

Suspicious death at Vernon apartment

Man found inside unit of aparment in 2900 block of 43rd Avenue Wednesday morning

Vernon RCMP officers are treating the death of an adult man Wednesday as suspicious in nature.

Officers were called to an apartment in the 2900 block of 43rd Avenue just after 11:30 a.m. On attendance, police confirmed an adult man was dead.

“Preliminary findings lead officers to believe his death is suspicious,” said Cpl. Dan Moskaluk.

Uniformed officers, along with a police dog unit, are assisting the general investigation section.

As part of the case, investigators have been conducting neighbourhood inquiries.

Anyone with information regarding this matter is asked to contact the RCMP at 250-545-7171 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

Just Posted

North Okanagan indigenous student award winners

Scholarship program rewards 457 students across province

Local donations lift college trades facility

George Galbraith and Kal Tire each donate $250,000 to new Okanagan College trades training centre

RCMP seek missing man

Blake Doyle was last seen Dec. 2

Site C dam goes ahead, cost estimate now up to $10.7 billion

Premier John Horgan says Christy Clark left him no other choice

SilverStar shines

Vernon’s mountain resort lights up for Christmas

Fans litter ice with teddy bears for charity

Annul Vernon Vipers Teddy Bear Toss B.C. Hockey League game

Liberal Hogg wins South Surrey-White Rock byelection over Conservative Findlay

B.C. riding to be represented by non-conservative for first time in decades

Writing her way to recovery

Shuswap author finds healing and well-being by writing

Six-year-old boy needs $19,000 a month to treat rare form of arthritis

Mother of sick Sooke boy asks government to help fund treatments

Environmental groups slam NDP decision to continue with Site C

Construction industry, meanwhile, is cautiously optimistic about how the project will look

Be ladder safe both at work and home

WorkSafeBC wants you to keep safe while hanging those Christmas lights this year

B.C. overdose deaths surpass 1,200

96 people died of illicit drug overdoses in October

North Westside director travels

The Regional District of Central Okanagan board has agreed to Wayne Carson attending conferences

A classic Christmas play with a Kelowna twist

Scrooge is transported to Kelowna in New Vintage Theatre’s new holiday play, opening Wednesday

Most Read