RCMP arrest 5 people connected with Fort Macleod, Alta. homicide last summer

RCMP have arrested five people in connection with the homicide of Lane Tailfeathers last summer in southern Alberta.

On July 20, 2021, Crowsnest Pass RCMP  — 165 kilometres southwest of Calgary — received a report from Alberta Fish and Wildlife about possible human remains in a rural area.

The Alberta RCMP major crimes and forensics teams identified the remains as Tailfeathers’, a 35-year-old man from Fort MacLeod, Alta., who had been reported missing by his family a month earlier.

Tailfeathers had last been seen in Fort MacLeod — a town nearly 155 kilometres southeast of Calgary and just over 80 kilometres northeast of Crowsnest Pass.

Police said in a news release Saturday that the five people that were arrested have not been charged yet.

RCMP are asking anyone with information regarding Tailfeathers’ death to contact them at 403-553-7200 or anonymously through Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-847.

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