Police release more details in Almonte shooting that left 2 dead

ALMONTE, Ont. -- Provincial police have released more details about a fatal shooting incident in Almonte, Ont.

Officers responding to a call on the morning of Feb.

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11 found 65-year-old Bernard Cameron dead at the scene and have determined his death was a homicide.

Cameron's 28-year-old daughter, Sarah, was found wounded and remains in stable condition in hospital.

Acting Det. Insp. Mark Zulinski says she was the victim of an attempted murder.

Police say they believe there was no foul play involved in the death of 33-year-old Travis Porteous, who was taken to hospital and later died of his injuries.



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