The Oliver RCMP will not release the name of the man found in burned Ford pick-up truck, states latest release. (Black Press file photo)

Oliver RCMP not releasing name of man found in burned truck

Police say they have ruled out criminality

Oliver RCMP is not releasing the name of the man who was found in a burned Ford pick-up truck on April 30.

Police said the fire is not considered suspicious and criminality has been ruled out in a statement released on May 6.

READ MORE: Human remains discovered in burned truck outside of Oliver

But police are asking anyone with more information about the investigation to contact the nearest Police Agency or Crimestoppers.

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