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Police seized a long list of items from a Halifax home after a fatal shooting there last month, court documents reveal.

Ryan Michael Nehiley, 25, was pronounced dead at hospital after he was shot inside his residence on Clovis Avenue in Spryfield on the evening of Nov. 23.

Police have said the homicide was not random and that they believe more than one person was involved in the incident.

Charges had not been laid as of Thursday afternoon.

An investigator got permission from a justice of the peace this week to hold on to items seized without a warrant from Nehiley’s home for upwards of three months while the investigation continues.

An order of initial detention filed Monday in Halifax provincial court shows police removed a Savage rifle, ammunition clips, a shell casing, a gun case, cannabis products, hashish products, steroids, drug paraphernalia and Canadian currency from 25A Clovis Ave.

According to the order, officers also collected clothing, lighters, plastic balls, duffle bags, a cash box, a soda bottle, cigarette butts, cellphones, keys, a bottle of vodka, a safe, glass jars, a laptop, a tablet, a ledger book, a SIM card, a torch and DNA material.

A separate detention order says police, acting in “exigent circumstances to preserve perishable evidence,” also searched a young woman and seized items she was wearing, including socks, pants, boots, a shirt and a bra.

A Halifax Regional Police spokeswoman said Thursday she could not comment on the status of any individual in relation to the investigation.

“Investigators are continuing to diligently follow up on leads,” Wendy Mansfield said.

“They’re asking anyone who has not yet come forward that has information to do so, either by contacting police directly or through Crime Stoppers.

“It may seem like an insignificant piece of information, but it could be that piece that we’re looking for. So if you do have anything, please give us a call.”

Hundreds of people attended a memorial service for Nehiley at the Royal Canadian Legion in Spryfield on Nov. 29. He was remembered as a loving father of two young daughters and an amazing friend.

Nehiley was the owner of Chronic Releaf Medical Dispensary, a Halifax medical marijuana business. He did not have a criminal record but police have said he was known to them.

The Chronic Releaf store on Joseph Howe Drive was firebombed in August. The business relocated to Quinpool Road, where it was raided by police in October.

Chronic Releaf also had an outlet on Herring Cove Road at one point.

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