Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police
SACP
Missing Persons Database

Skeletal Remains St. Walburg FOUND HUMAN REMAINS


DOB: December 31, 1969 (50) • Missing Since: November 14, 1997 • Last Seen: St. Walburg District, Saskatchewan

DOB
December 31, 1969 (50)
Missing
November 14, 1997
Last Seen
St. Walburg District, Saskatchewan

More Information

On the 14th day of November, 1997, local residents out for a walk found a skull along the North Saskatchewan River, between Lloydminster and St. Walburg, SK. The skull was turned over to RCMP. A search of the area produced more remains. Examination of the skull by the University of Saskatchewan Department of Archaeology revealed it to be that of a 35 - 40 year old of Native origin. The gender was unidentified. This case is being investigated by the Office of the Chief Coroner and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.


Height
Unknown
Weight
Unknown
Ethnicity
Aboriginal Descent
Hair Colour
Unknown
Eye Colour
Unknown
Agency
F Division RCMP Historical Case Unit
Case #
1997-9562
Case Type
Human Remains
Case Status
Active

Distinguishing Features

Unknown


Clothing Worn at Disappearance

Unknown


If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Skeletal Remains St. Walburg FOUND HUMAN REMAINS please contact one of the following agencies:

F Division RCMP Historical Case Unit (RCMPS)
(639) 625-4111 or Toll free 1-833-502-6861 • saskmissingpersons@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Crimestoppers
1-800-222-TIPS (8477)