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Penticton Major Crime unit released new video in homicide to identify three men of interest

The BC RCMP Southeast District Major Crime Unit (SED MCU) looking for the publics help to identify 3 men that may have information regarding the on-going homicide investigation of Clayton Dyer.

Clayton Dyer’s body was found on the side of Green Mountain Road on October 13, 2021, approximately 5 kilometres west of Penticton, BC. Police and BC Coroners Service investigations have determined that Dyer’s death was a result of homicide.

“Today, we are releasing a short surveillance video and photographs, in the hopes that someone can identify these men, who may have information about Clayton’s actions in the day(s) prior to his homicide,” said Southeast District Senior Investigating Officer Inspector Brent Novakoski of the BC RCMP Major Crime Section.

Video Description:

The victim, who is wearing a black t-shirt, black basketball shorts with white writing and black shoes is seen entering the front entrance to a lobby of what appears to be a residential building, with three unknown men. The four men walk to the elevator, wait and disappear inside. The time stamp on the video is 2021/10/10 04:37 a.m.

If you are one of the men, if you know any of them, or have other information to assist this investigation, we are asking you to contact the SED MCU information line at 1-877-987-8477.

The three men of interest can be described as follows:
Unknown male 1

full leg tattoo on his left leg

Caucasian man
Approximately 6’3 tall
approximately 40-years of age
muscular build
a full leg tattoo on his left leg
full beard
Black baseball hat
Beige/ black plaid jacket
Black hooded sweatshirt
White ankle socks
Black slide sandals
Unknown male 2

Caucasian man
Approximately 6 ft tall
20-30 years of age
clean shaven
Black baseball cap
Black hooded sweatshirt
Blue/ grey hooded jacket
Black/ Camouflage pants
Unknown male 3

Caucasian man
5’10 to 6 ft tall
20-30 years of age
Clean shaven
black baseball cap
Black hooded sweatshirt
Black pants
Black shoes

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