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Police are investigating after a 23-year-old mother was killed Friday after an explosion at a townhouse in Innisfail, Alta.
The death of the 23-year-old, who used a wheelchair, is being investigated as a homicide, police said.
The woman's caregiver — a woman in her 30s — suffered minor injuries.
A package was delivered to the residence shortly before the explosion, RCMP said. It was left at the door, rather than delivered by a courier or postal worker.
The incident happened around 9 a.m. at a fourplex near downtown Innisfail, which is about an hour north of
Originally posted by PhoenixOD
The unibomber was aimed at what he considered the establishment ,at first glance this just seems to be some kind of a domestic incident.
Police have confirmed that the blast that killed a young Alberta mother was caused by a package delivered to her home.
Woman was targeted with exploding package: RCMP
RCMP say a paralyzed 23-year-old Albertan mother who was killed by an exploding package left on her doorstep was specifically targeted.
Victoria Shachtay was killed Friday in the explosion at her townhouse complex in Innisfail, about 100 kilometres north of Calgary.
"We do consider this to be a targeted murder . . . this individual was the target of the person who sent the bomb," Sgt. Patrick Webb told CTV Calgary Tuesday.
Webb said the package was delivered by hand, not through the mail. Investigators say they do not have a suspect yet, but have a number of leads.