Third victim identified in Selkirk triple shooting
A third victim has been identified in Monday’s triple shooting that shocked a small Manitoba community.
Friends identified Bill Wozney as one of the three people who died Monday night after shots were fired at an East Selkirk home.
Wozney was found dead outside the Cook's Cove house along with a man and a woman, identified by family as Nicole Rach-Gregoire and James Gregoire.
Rach-Gregoire’s son Geordie told CTV News Tuesday he lived at the home with his mother, step-father and sister.
Rach-Gregoire's mother told CTV News her daughter worked as the office manager at Physiotherapy on the Red.
According to the Selkirk business's website, Wozney was employed there as a physiotherapist.
The College of Physiotherapists of Manitoba also confirmed Wozney was a registered physiotherapist in good standing with the college.
Meanwhile, RCMP remained tight-lipped about its investigation, but said they are no longer on scene at the home.
They say an extensive investigation is ongoing to find answers for the victims’ families.