The shooting in East Selkirk, Man. that left three dead Monday has been confirmed as a double murder and suicide by Manitoba RCMP.
RCMP released the causes of death for the three people found at the home at 15 Cooks Cove. The 43-year-old man and 41-year-old woman “were homicide victims” and the 49-year-old man died of a “self-inflicted firearm-related injury”.
Family and friends identified the 43-year-old man and 41-year-old woman as James Gregoire and Nicole Rach-Gregoire respectively.
Global News learned Bill Wozney, 49, was the third person found dead. Wozney was a longtime Selkirk physiotherapist and Rach-Gregoire’s boss.
Neighbours confirmed Gregoire and Rach-Gregoire were a “loving couple” who lived in the house on Cooks Cove.
RCMP said no other suspects were involved in the incident and no other details would be released regarding the shooting.
Bill Wozney, 49, died of self-inflicted firearm-related injury Monday evening, according to RCMP.