Police have said homicide victim Daniel Jacob Levesque was a hard-working father who had no prior involvement with police. ((Calgary Police Service))

A fourth person has been charged in the 2008 homicide of a Calgary man, police said Friday.

On June 29, 2008, police responded to the 11400 block of Braniff Road S.W. and found the body of Daniel Jacob Levesque, 29, inside his townhouse.

Levesque, a carpenter and father of two, died as a result of blunt and sharp-force trauma, police said.

Police believe he was killed in his home that morning or the night before.

Calgarian Derek Campeau, 25, has been charged with first-degree murder and made his first court appearance on Friday morning. Campeau was remanded in custody.

Police have already charged Aaron Lee Stevens, 25, and Sheldon Bertrum Worme, 24, with first-degree murder. Tania Marie Gaulin, 21, was charged with accessory after the fact to first-degree murder.

Levesque was not known to police, the department said.

Campeau was the last person sought in the investigation, according to police.

Police said previously that robbery was the likely motive behind the killing and there may be more accomplices.