Penticton RCMP investigation into death of Taig Savage continues, one year later

The investigation into the killing of a young Penticton man one year ago this week remains open, with RCMP yet to make any arrests.

Taig Savage, 22, was found in a sports field at Penticton Secondary School just before 6 a.m. on Sept. 5, 2021, unresponsive and laying in a pool of blood. He was pronounced dead upon arrival at the hospital.

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At the time, RCMP offered little insight on what happened to the young man, who was described by many in the aftermath of his killing as well-liked and “happy, go-lucky.”

His mother, however, has always contended that he was the victim of a swarming.

“There was definitely more than one person involved,” Tracey Savage said at the time.

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In a recent Facebook post, she reiterated that view, noting that her son was beaten to death, and imploring any witnesses to come forward.

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RCMP said that while no arrests have been made to date, a fulsome investigation into the matter continues, including a “detailed forensic and technological investigation of evidence.”

RCMP added that Penticton and area community support has been significant.

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Taig Savage was a graduate of Princess Margaret Secondary and attended Okanagan College in the construction trades program.

Any witnesses or anyone with information can call Penticton RCMP at 250-492-4300.

 

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