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Death of man whose body was found on Paul First Nation reserve declared homicide: RCMP

The death of a man whose body was found on the Paul First Nation reserve Dec. 26 is considered a homicide, RCMP said Wednesday. The victim, whose body was discovered Dec. 26, is identified as Christian Sidney Mark Grayhorseman, also known as Sonny and SonShine, from the Edmonton area.

Body was found Boxing Day on the reserve west of Edmonton

Christian Sidney Mark Grayhorseman, 20, was also known as Sonny or SonShine. (Facebook)

The death of a man whose body was found on the Paul First Nation reserve Dec. 26 just west of Edmonton has been deemed a homicide, RCMP said Wednesday.

Stony Plain RCMP have identified the victim as Christian Sidney Mark Grayhorseman, 20, also known as Sonny or SonShine, from the Edmonton area.

His body was found on Sundance Road on Boxing Day at around 2:15 p.m., RCMP said.

Police would like to speak to anyone who may have been with Grayhorseman or aware of his activities before his death.

An autopsy is scheduled for Thursday Dec. 29.