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10/08/2015 19:03 EDT | Updated 10/08/2016 01:12 EDT

Winnipeg man who had been convicted in killing of teen found slain in Calgary

Calgary police have identified the victim in a homicide case under investigation as a convicted Winnipeg killer.

Late Wednesday night, Calgary police officers were called to a home where they found a deceased man outside the residence.

Residents in the area said they were woken up by a number of gunshots and startled by the large police presence.

Police have identified the victim as Joel Gary Geddes, 31, a Winnipeg man with an extensive criminal history.

Geddes was convicted of manslaughter in the fatal baseball-bat beating of 18-year-old Morgan Trudeau in Winnipeg in 2003.

Police add there is no evidence to indicate that it was a random attack and they are still working out a possible motive in the killing.

(CTV Winnipeg)