N.L. man found dead in Alta. home

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Two men from NF charged with his murder

Two men from Newfoundland face murder charges after Edmonton police found the body of a third man who was also from this province.

Edmonton police Staff Sgt. Bill Clark says a 35-year-old man's body was found in a home in the Alberta capital early Saturday morning.

Clark says officers went to check on the man's well-being after getting a call from RCMP in Fort McMurray.

Clark says the Mounties there had arrested a man on a separate matter, and based on their interview of with him, they asked Edmonton police to go the home.

The dead man's name has not been released.

Paul Raymond Gill, 44, and William John Tubrett, 47, have both been charged with second-degree murder.

Clark says the two accused, as well as the victim, were all from Newfoundland but their hometowns were not available.

Organizations: RCMP

Geographic location: Edmonton, Newfoundland, Alberta Fort McMurray.Clark

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