Missing man case near Blaine Lake results in murder charge

Police say the case of a missing man has resulted in a murder charge.

Human remains discovered Monday night on property at Krydor, Sask

Police say the case of a missing man has resulted in a murder charge.

In May, Blaine Lake RCMP received a report that Arnoldo Rey Sr. was missing. Police said the man had been gone for several months at the time they were notified.

Police said their investigation led them to believe the disappearance was suspicious. That investigation led them to search the missing man's property at Krydor, Sask. last night.

Krydor is 100 kilometres northwest of Saskatoon.

Investigators discovered what they believe are human remains. An autopsy has been ordered to determine if the remains are human and if they are those of the missing man.

Police have charged Arnoldo Rey Jr. with second-degree murder. He's also been charged with offering an indignity to a dead human body.

Police would not immediately confirm the relationship between the two men.

Rey Jr. is being held in custody until his next court appearance on Nov. 12.


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