Cal­gary po­lice iden­tify two peo­ple found in burned-out car

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - CANADA -

Cal­gary po­lice have iden­ti­fied two of three peo­ple found dead in a burned-out car at a sub­ur­ban con­struc­tion site and are ask­ing for the pub­lic’s help in track­ing down the ve­hi­cle’s owner. Po­lice say the bod­ies of Glyn­nis Fox, who was 36, and 25-year-old Cody Pfeif­fer were dis­cov­ered af­ter fire­fight­ers ex­tin­guished an early-morn­ing blaze on the north­west­ern edge of the city Mon­day.

A third vic­tim — a wo­man be­lieved to be in her 30s — has been ten­ta­tively iden­ti­fied. Po­lice were ear­lier try­ing to fig­ure out where a photo she posted on so­cial me­dia early Mon­day was taken, but have since con­cluded it was about a year old.

Act­ing Insp. Paul Wozney with the ser­vice’s ma­jor crimes sec­tion con­firmed po­lice are in­ves­ti­gat­ing the deaths as a triple homi­cide. In­ves­ti­ga­tors are also look­ing for in­for­ma­tion about the where­abouts of 26-year-old Hanock Afow­erk, the reg­is­tered owner of the black 2011 Chevro­let Cruze that was en­gulfed in flames.

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