Red Deer man among four charged with murder of Camrose woman

Four people have been charged including a Red Deer man in the 2015 murder of a Camrose woman.

Four people have been charged including a Red Deer man in the 2015 murder of a Camrose woman.

Edmonton RCMP Major Crimes Unit made four arrests after a seven-month investigation on March 4 and March 6.

Mackenzie Leah Harris, 22, was reported missing by a friend on Aug. 1, 2015.

Police found her remains two days later in a wooded area in Calmar.

Charged with second degree murder are Dylan Bakke, 21, of Red Deer, Kyle Scott, 29, of Leduc, and Christopher Stein of Millet, 39. Bakke is also charged with committing an indignity to a dead body.

A fourth person was arrested and charged with second degree murder and committing an indignity to a dead body. The individual was a youth at the time of the offence and cannot be identified under the Youth Criminal Justice Act.

Scott has been charged with attempted murder stemming from an unrelated matter in 2014.

All of the accused are scheduled to appear in provincial court in Leduc on March 10. No additional information shall be forth coming as this matter is now before the court.

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