Man charged with murders of 3 Native women from same reserve

A 52-year-old man has been charged with second-degree murder in connection with the deaths of three women from the Roseau River First Nation.

Carolyn Sinclair, 25; Tanya Jane Nepinak, 31; and Lorna Blacksmith, 18, all went missing from the same street in Winnipeg. Authorities allege Shawn Cameron Lamb killed the three women.

Blacksmith was last seen in January. Her body was found last week near a dumpster in Winnipeg.

Sinclair was pregnant when she went missing last December. Her body was found in March, also near a dumpster in Winnipeg.

Nepinak went missing last September. Authorities haven't located her body but they believe she is dead.

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