Two people found dead in Moberly Lake

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Their deaths were not due to natural causes, but RCMP say there are no safety concerns for other citizens.

More details about the victims or the cause of their deaths have not been released.

Chetwynd RCMP and RCMP Forensic Identification Services are also on the scene, and a Major Crime Unit team from Prince George is on its way to help with the investigation.

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