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Task force downsized-Feb 14, 2001

Courtesy of CBC Vancouver, Wednesday February

Missing women task force downsized

VANCOUVER - Members of B.C.'s aboriginal community want Vancouver police to step up their search for native women who have vanished from Vancouver streets.

INVESTIGATION STILL ACTIVE

Nearly 30 women have disappeared from Vancouver's Downtown Eastside in the past decade.

The most recent disappearance was that of Dawn Crey,quit itnow sister of Sto:lo chief Ernie Crey.

At one time Vancouver police had nine officers working full time on the high profile "Missing Women" file.

Now that special task force has been reduced to three officers.

Vancouver police Constable Ann Drennan says the investigation remains active despite the downsizing of the unit.

Relatives of some of the women held a march and service in Vancouver today in memory of their missing family members.

Link: MISSING WOMEN

CBC BRITISH COLUMBIA

New probe amid serial killer fears-Apr 28, 2001

Three more eastside women vanish-Feb 9-2001

RCMP Cold Squad takes over case-Feb 15, 2001

The Case of the Vanishing Women

 

 

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Updated: August 21, 2016