Peel homicide unit investigating after 3 men found dead in Mississauga condo
Men were in their late 20s, coroner says deaths are suspicious in nature
Homicide detectives will investigate after three men in their late 20s were found dead in a Mississauga condo unit on Wednesday afternoon, Peel Regional Police say.
The condo building is in the area of Burnhamthorpe Road West and Confederation Parkway. Police received a call about the deaths at 1:33 p.m.
According to police, the coroner has determined that the deaths were suspicious.
One other man is in hospital in serious condition.
In a tweet, police said its 11 Division criminal investigation bureau will brief its homicide and missing persons bureau on the three deaths and the bureau will take over the investigation.
UPDATE:<br>- 11 Division Criminal Investigation Bureau will be briefing our Homicide and Missing Persons Bureau , who will be taking carriage of this investigation<br>- Media officer <a href="https://twitter.com/OfficerCannon?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">@OfficerCannon</a> is also getting briefed and will advise media when I'll be attending the scene to scrum—@PeelPolice
Const. Sarah Patten, spokesperson for Peel police, said a man woke up after an overnight get-together, where there was drinking and drugs, and found three of his friends without vital signs.
Peel paramedics were called, and when they arrived, they confirmed that the three were dead.
The man who called 911 went to a local hospital as a precaution.