Nova Scotia man charged in connection to homicide of a Calgary man who was reported missing nearly three years ago.

Nova Scotia man charged in connection to homicide of a Calgary man who was reported missing nearly three years ago.

Police have charged a man in connection to the homicide of a 29-year-old Calgary man who was reported missing nearly three years ago.

Jeremy Boisseau’s remains were found in a wooded area north of Waiparous, off Forestry Trunk Rd., in October 2018, according to a news release from the Calgary Police Service on Thursday.

Investigators believe he was killed between the late hours of Dec. 26, 2016 and Dec. 27, 2016 in a Bridgeland apartment in the 600 block of 1 Ave. N.E. He was last seen the month before in the same area.

Police believe his body was moved to the Waiparous area, where more searches were done last month.

Barry Roach, 48, was arrested and charged on Wednesday on Canada-wide warrants at his home in Middle Sackville, N.S., with indignity to a body, the news release said.

Police worked in collaboration with the Halifax Regional Police and the RCMP in both Alberta and Nova Scotia.

The investigation is still ongoing.

Anyone with information about this case is asked to contact the police’s non-emergency line or to submit a tip to Crime Stoppers.


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