Regina police still looking for information two months after triple homicide

By paNOW Staff
September 30, 2010 - 3:48pm

Reported By Patrick Book

Regina police are still looking for answers nearly two months after the triple homicide of some Burmese immigrants took place in a north Regina townhouse.

Gray Nay Htoo, Maw Maw and little Seven June Htoo were found dead in their home back on Aug. 6.

Regina Police Chief Troy Hagen says a dedicated group of detectives continues to work on the file.

"We've completed well in excess of 100 interviews and the investigation is proceeding," Hagen stresses.

Many of those interviews took place after police issued a questionnaire to neighbourhood residents asking them to provide whatever information they may have had about the incident or the individuals involved.

Hagen admits nothing has changed in the case's status since the last time he addressed the media about the killings. Tips continue to come in on the case but a suspect has not been identified.

Hagen also stresses police aren't resting on their laurels.

"We continue to work very diligently towards holding the person or persons accountable for this very terrible crime."

He doesn't believe the community at large should be alarmed that someone may still be at large.

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