Timmins police are now identifying the homicide victim in a murder last month at a Mountjoy Street South apartment as 22-year-old Keeth Duphney-Tennant of Toronto.
Timmins police are now identifying the homicide victim in a murder last month at a Mountjoy Street South apartment.
The body of 22-year-old Keeth Duphney-Tennant, of the Toronto area, was found the morning of Dec. 18, Timmins Police Service said in a news release on Thursday.
He was taken to hospital where he was pronounced deceased.
"Foul play has been determined and the investigation is continuing at present as a homicide," police said.
Duphney-Tennant played basketball for Durham College as #33 and the Lord's men's team is grieving the loss of the six-foot-tall sophomore guard.
"The team will be wearing a special #33 black patch on their uniforms in the new year in honour of Keeth," the team said in a news release on Dec. 27.
"During times of loss, it is especially important that you know we are here to help. Grievance support services are available to assist student-athletes and coaches through this difficult time. We are here for you. Our collective thoughts and prayers go out to Keeth and his entire family, friends and loved ones at this time."