PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. - Three people, one of them a teenager, have been charged with second degree murder in connection with the slaying of a man in Prince George, B.C.
Mounties in that city say 23-year-old Gordon Adolph and 24-year-old Christopher Flanagan have each been charged with the killing, while Adolph has also been charged with indignity to human remains.
A teenager, who can't be identified because of his age, faces two counts — one of second degree murder and another of causing indignity to human remains.
Officers have not released the hometown of the teen and will only say he is under 18-years-old.
Homicide investigators are providing few details of the alleged crime, saying the identity of the dead man has not yet been positively confirmed and it is too early to say how he died.
The victim was found last Friday in Prince George when officers responded to reports of a suspicious death.
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