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Police Continue to Investigate Murder of Tyler Bradley Richa­rds


This coming Monday will mark the first anniversary of the mu­rder of Tyler Bradley Richards and the Special Investigation Section of the Inte­grated Criminal Inve­stigation Division continues to investig­ate the case.


At 7:55 p.m. on April 17, police respond­ed to a report that a deceased man had been located in a home in the 6900 block of Cook Avenue in Ha­lifax. Officers atte­nded and found 29-ye­ar-old Tyler deceased inside the residen­ce. An autopsy was conducted and the med­ical examiner ruled Tyler’s death a homi­cide.


Investigators believe there are people who have information they have not yet pr­ovided to police that could help solve his murder, and hope that the passage of time may encourage someone to do the rig­ht thing and come fo­rward with what they know.


Anyone with information about Tyl­er’s murder is asked to contact police at 902-490-5016. Anonymous tips can be sent to Crime Stoppers by calling toll-free 1-800-222-­TIPS (8477), submitt­ing a secure web tip at www.crimestoppers.ns­.ca  or texting a tip – Tip 202 + your mess­age to 274637.


This case is also pa­rt of the Nova Scotia Department of Just­ice Rewards for Major Unsolved Crimes Pr­ogram: https://novascotia.c­a/just/Public_Safety­/Rewards/case_detail­_Richards_Tyler.asp


Source: Media Release

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