Update #1 – RCMP Major Crimes investigating deaths near Neudorf, Saskatchewan

March 26, 2024, 8:49 am


Saskatchewan RCMP Major Crimes continue to investigate the deaths of four adults located at a rural residence near Neudorf, Saskatchewan.

Initial investigation has indicated that the deceased were of the same family, made up of two adult parents and two of their adult children. We are not providing their names or other identifying information at this time. Their next of kin have been notified and victim services made available to them.

Saskatchewan RCMP Major Crimes and General Investigation Section remain on scene performing further examination, processing, and interviews.

The Saskatchewan Coroner’s Service has transported the deceased to Regina, where autopsies are scheduled to take place this week.

Based on ongoing preliminary investigation, Major Crimes has no reason to believe there is any risk to the public. If this changes, Saskatchewan RCMP will notify the public immediately.

We are unable to confirm additional details at this stage in the investigation. We will provide updates when it is possible.


On March 24, 2024, at approximately 6:05 p.m., Melville RCMP received a request to conduct a wellness check at a rural residence near Neudorf, Saskatchewan.

Officers attended the property and located four deceased adults inside the residence.

The deaths are being considered suspicious and Saskatchewan RCMP Major Crimes has taken carriage of the investigation in collaboration with the Saskatchewan Coroner’s Service.

Initial investigation indicates that there is no imminent risk to public safety. Should this change and a public safety risk is identified, Saskatchewan RCMP will notify the public immediately.