Death in South Rawdon Fire Ruled a Homicide

The R-C-M-P have determined the death of a 27-year-old woman in a fire last month in central Nova Scotia was a homicide. East Hants R-C-M-P say the fire occurred on April 3rd in a garage that was detached from an adjacent home in South Rawdon. Two young children were rescued from the home, but the body of a woman whose name has not been released was found inside the garage. Police say they have obtained warrants and searched two homes in Lower Sackville as part of their ongoing investigation but no charges have been laid.