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Dock connection in missing women investigation
WebPosted Jun 10 1999 9:32 AM PDT

VANCOUVER - Is there a connection between the women who are missing from Vancouver's downtown eastside, and the ships in Vancouver harbour?

CBC Television's Broadcast One reports that part of the police investigation into the disappearance of more than 20 women now focuses on the ships and freighters that visit the port.

Vancouver police constable Anne Drennan says police are going to talk with the different taxi companies. She says, "We're going to see whether or not they're aware of maybe any girls that were regulars going out into the harbour, that maybe they just suddenly didn't see ever again...any regular customers in terms of the freighters that are coming in and availing themselves of the girls...anything that might indicate that there is a pattern, either a pattern that's been established or a pattern that's been broken."

Police are distributing a poster through the downtown eastside, warning women not to go on any docked ships because help is not readily available. The city is offering a $100-thousand reward for information in the disappearances.

 

 

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Updated: August 21, 2016