Human Remains Identified- RCMP Investigate Discovery of Human Remains Found Near Breton

  • Mar. 5, 2012 6:00 a.m.

Pipestone Flyer


The human skeletal remains located near the North Saskatchewan River southwest of Alder Flats in early January of 2012 have been identified.  The Medical Examiner has confirmed that the skeletal remains have been positively identified through DNA comparison.  

  The remains belong to Danny Victor Baich, a 41 yr old male who was reported missing from Rocky Mountain House, AB in June of 2011.  RCMP do not believe that Baich’s disappearance or his death are suspicious.

  A next of kin notification was completed to Baich’s family.

  Thorsby RCMP are still investigating the incident and trying to piece together the time line leading up to BAICH’S death.  It has not been confirmed how long Baich’s remains were at the scene before being located by two individuals traveling through the area on ATV’S.

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