Mounties investigating after human remains found in town south of Edmonton

Mounties are investigating after human remains were found in a town south of Edmonton.

CALMAR — Mounties are investigating after human remains were found in a town south of Edmonton.

Leduc RCMP say the remains were found on Monday in the town of Calmar, about 50 kilometres southwest of Edmonton.

Police say it’s early in the investigation and foul play has not been ruled out.

Last week, RCMP identified human remains found on a property south of Edmonton.

They were of Corrie Ottenbreit, a sex trade worker, was last seen in Edmonton in May 2004.

Police said the remains of three other women have been found in the same area, adding they may be dealing with a serial killer.