After a nearly two-year investigation, RCMP have arrested four people in connection with a 2016 homicide.

One faces a charge of first-degree murder, another faces a second-degree murder charge, while two more are being accused of manslaughter.

The charges stem from the death of 21-year-old Gilbert McCallum, from the Kinistino area.

McCallum was reported missing to Prince Albert police on April 20, 2016. Nearly two months later his body was found in a rural area outside of Rosthern.

RCMP Major Crimes have not released too many details on their investigation, but announced on Tuesday afternoon they arrested four people allegedly involved in McCallum’s death.

Twenty-nine-year-old Raymond Roberts is charged with first-degree murder.

Thirty-six-year-old Korena Bonneau has been charged with second-degree murder.

Meanwhile, 22-year-old Jonathon Tremblay and 20-year-old John Tinker each face a charge of manslaughter with a firearm.

All four suspects are also facing robbery charges.

Police say the accused have all been remanded into custody.

Several court dates for these matters are scheduled in the coming week.