The Hush Post| 4:20 pm|one-minute-read|
The Canadian police has called an end to the investigation into the murder of 21-year-old Prabhleen Kaur of Jalandhar.
They have linked the murder with the death of an 18-year-old boy. The boy, who has not been identified is believed to be the main suspect in the case.
The Canadian homicide agency said that they are not looking for any further suspects. They have termed it as a murder-suicide. Murder suicide is an act of killing a person before one kills self.
Prabhleen was found dead at her residence in Surrey, British Columbia.
Both the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team (IHIT) and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) were investigating the death of the student at Langara College in the Metro Vancouver area.
Her body was recovered at a rented apartment along with that of a boy.
The agency tweeted from its official twitter handle IHIT (@HomicideTeam), “In response to media enquiries about the last Friday’s #IHIT investigation in #SurreyBC, we can share with you that the homicide victim was a 21yo female from India and the 2nd deceased was a 18yo male, resident of the Lower Mainland. We are not looking for further suspects.”
There were no more updates from the police on the ‘murder-suicide.’ They have also not identified the teenager believed to be behind the killing.
The police also said that the deceased were known to each other. They have also said that this was an isolated incident with no threat to the public at large.