A heartbreaking morning for the Six Nations community.
On November 4th, in a field off of Bodkin Road in Middlesex Centre, the body of three members of the Six Nations of the Grand River community were discovered along with an abandoned pickup truck.
A few days later, police confirmed it was a homicide investigation.
A press conference was held in Ohsweken this morning that gathered Six Nations Police, the OPP, and family members of those who died pleading with the public to share any information they may have.
New information was released as well regarding the case.
It was revealed that the grey Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck had been stolen and that one of the victims, 37-year-old Melissa Trudy Miller, was 7-months pregnant at the time.
Her brother Trevor Miller begged anyone listening to come forward if you knew anything about this case.
At that point, he left the table and stepped outside.
The crowd was visibly upset with family members filling the front two rows of seats and members of the community gathered in the back of the gymnasium where the press conference was held.
Acting Deputy Chief with the Six Nations Police Service Darren Montour said in a close-knit community like theirs, a horrible crime like this hits everyone hard.
The other victims discovered in that field were 33-year-old Alan Grant Porter and 32-year-old Michael Shane Jamieson.
Anyone who may have information on this case, however small they may be, is being urged to call a police tip-line set up for this case at 1-844-677-5050, or the Six Nations Police Service at 519-445-2811.