Police are investigating a possible homicide and seek crucial evidence to lead them to the victim.

Police spokesperson Kevin Brookwell said someone called 911 on Sunday around 12:30 p.m., reporting a man may have been killed in the 200 block of Falshire Way NE.

Once at the home, the tactical team took a man and a woman into custody and found evidence leading them to believe a crime had occurred, Brookwell said.

“We believe we knew who the victim is ... and believe the victim and suspect are known to each other.”

The woman has been released and the man, known to police, remains in custody. Both were “unco-operative.”

Police are seeking a black 1999 GMC Denali with Alberta licence plates ZND-189. The vehicle has damage on its front end and the hood is painted flat black.

“We do believe that vehicle will hold a critical piece of evidence ... or may hold that victim,” Brookwell said.

Police are also looking for “multiple-edged weapons” wrapped in a green towel believed to have been discarded in an alley near 68th Street NE between 32nd and 37th avenues.