Video emerges of suspect entering Georgetown garage before pair slain

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    Video emerges of suspect entering Georgetown garage before pair slain


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    A neighborhood surveillance video, provided to CP24, shows a person entering the garage of a Georgetown home where the bodies of two people were later discovered following a fire Feb. 17.

    The spooky clip shows a car entering the garage of the Hidden Lake Tr. home, around 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday.

    Just before the garage door closes, a person is seen in the footage entering the garage from the right, kneeling down and looking into the passenger side of the car while the driver exits the vehicle on the other side.

    It’s unclear if the driver sees the person who has entered the garage.

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  • The video has been shown to Halton Regional Police.

    Police have said the victims are believed to be the occupants of the house, but they have yet to release the names of the desceased.

    However, the couple has been identified by neighbours to CTV as Krystyna and Andrew Rerak.

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    Police have deemed the fire suspicious and say homicide detectives are investigating.

    The blaze began just after 5:30 a.m. Feb. 17 and burnt the double car garage, multiple vehicles, and a section of the house above the garage.

    Anyone with information regarding this incident should call police at 905-825-4775 or call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).

    jstevenson@postmedia.com

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