Woman found dead inside Brampton home, homicide bureau investigating

Peel Regional Police say a woman found with obvious signs of trauma has died inside a Brampton home on Friday morning and the force’s homicide bureau is investigating the incident.

Emergency crews were called to a residential neighbourhood at Avondale Boulevard and Aloma Crescent, near Bramalea Road and Steeles Avneue, at around 6 a.m. for reports of a disturbance.

Police said officers located the woman inside the residence.

She was pronounced dead and police said there were obvious signs of trauma to her body. Police would not elaborate on what kind of injuries the woman sustained.

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Police said the homicide bureau has taken over the investigation.

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They would not discuss the nature of the disturbance or who made the 911 call.

No one is in custody and there is no suspect information available, police said, adding that they “believe it is an isolated incident.”

Police would also not say if the disturbance was a domestic incident as it’s “too early in the investigation.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact police.

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