Almost two years after Gilbert McCallum was first reported missing, four people are now facing charges for his death.
McCallum, who was living in Prince Albert, was reported missing to police on April 20, 2016. His remains were found more than a month later, on June 3, five kilometres east of Rosthern near Highway 312.
After an extensive investigation, RCMP major crime unit, Prince Albert police and Rosthern RCMP have charged three men and one woman.
Raymond Roberts is being charged with first-degree murder, Korena Bonneau is charged with second-degree murder and both Jonathon Tremblay and John Tinker are charged with manslaughter.
Bonneau will appear in Saskatoon provincial court on March 21, Tremblay will appear on March 26 and Roberts along with Tinker will appear on March 28.
All four remain in custody.