Video of area where blast killed disabled mom sought by RCMP
Alberta Mounties investigating the homicide of a disabled woman killed by an exploding package are hoping her neighbours have security cameras.
The 23-year-old mother, who was paralyzed years ago in a car crash, died Nov. 25 when a package left on her doorstep blew up.
RCMP have described the case as a "targeted murder" and are looking for video footage identifying the person who delivered the package the night before or the morning of the killing.
A second woman, Shachtay's aide, was also in the home at the time of the explosion but was not injured.
Shachtay's six-year-old daughter was in school at the time.