On Tuesday two more people appeared in Swift Current Provincial Court on second-degree murder charges in Logan Ring's death, but official details surrounding the case don't appear like they'll be disclosed anytime soon.
Collin Perrault and Todd Donaldson joined the other three accused of second-degree murder in having their case pushed back to November 8.
Neither the Saskatchewan 'F' Division RCMP nor the Crown are commenting on details surrounding the case.
Ring's body was found near his blue 1991 Ford Explorer at approximately 10:30 a.m. on November 17, 2016 in Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park.
Between October 3 and 5, five people were charged with second-degree murder in Ring's death - Rebecca Lynn Kuhlman, Tanisha Lynn Perrault, Jolene Denise Epp, Collin Perrault, and Donaldson.
The five are still in custody, and any potential bail hearings have not been announced. A bail hearing would be presided over by the Court of the Queen's Bench.
"We at this time are opposing their release, and so the judge will have to decide whether they should be released or not," said Crown Prosecutor Curtis Wiebe. "It is based on the severity of the crimes. We'll have to see what their application is as well for a release plan. To this point we don't have any knowledge of what their release plan is."
The investigation is ongoing.