Byron Bear, 27, was reported missing by his family on December 7, 2021.
Police Prince Albert believes Bear was involved in a serious incident the previous day at a house in the 300 block, 9th Street Street.
No victims were found, but police said they found evidence of a serious assault.
The remains of a man were found in a rural area near The Hague, Sask., on February 10 and police confirmed the remains were those of Bear.
The Hague is about 95 kilometers southwest of Prince Albert.
The cause of death has not yet been released. Police said an autopsy was scheduled for Monday.
Two men were charged with second-degree murder in Bear’s death.
Raine Farrow, 23, and Kyle Burns, 37, appeared in court for the first time last week.
The Prince Albert Police Department has published 2021 in its assessment statistics, the most concerned violent crime
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