Family found body of 24-year-old victim in her home up to 3 days after death, police say

The family of a 24-year-old woman were concerned because they hadn't heard from her for days so they went to her house and discovered her body, as well as her common-law partner, who was in medical distress.

Brittney Ann Meszaros's common-law boyfriend, Alexander Moskaluk, now charged with manslaughter

The body of 24-year-old Brittney Ann Meszaros was found on Monday. (Brittney Ann Meszaros/Facebook)

The family of a young woman discovered her body in her northeast Calgary home on Monday, up to three days after she was killed in what police are calling a domestic homicide.

Brittney Ann Meszaros, 24, was found in the home in Marlborough that she shared with her common-law partner, Alexander Moskaluk.

Moskaluk, 23, now faces a charge of manslaughter.

After they hadn't heard from Meszaros for several days, her family went to her home to check on her, finding her body.

Moskaluk was also in the home, in medical distress, and was taken to hospital in serious condition.

He has since been released into police custody. 

Police say they aren't aware of a domestic violence history between the couple.

Brittney Ann Meszaros, 24, was found Monday in the home she shared with her common-law boyfriend, Alexander Moskaluk, in the 600 block of Marian Crescent N.E. (Google Street View)

Meszaros was killed sometime between Friday and Monday at 8:30 p.m., according to police.

Investigators say they are reviewing security camera recordings and speaking with people who were in the area and may have heard something. 

Moskaluk will appear in court on Friday.