VANCOUVER EASTSIDE MISSING WOMEN
MISSING in EDMONTON
Maggie Lee BURKE
BORN: November 9, 1983
5'7" - Native
LIGHT BROWN OR BROWN HAIR
POT LEAF TATTOO ON UPPER LEFT ARM
Maggie may be using the names Lee or Angel.
LAST SEEN IN EDMONTON, ALBERTA IN DEC. 2004
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More information on Maggie...
Missing and Murdered Women: http://missingwomen.blogspot.com/2009/02/missing-person-maggie-burke-vanished.html
hazel8500 - To be Female is to be High Risk: http://hazel8500.wordpress.com/2006/10/11/562/
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Project KARE and the Edmonton Police Service are seeking public assistance in locating Maggie Lee BURKE.
BURKE, a missing person, is described as a 21 year old Aboriginal female,170 cm or 5' 7" tall, weighing approximately 55 kg or 120 lbs. She had brown eyes and naturally brown hair with red streaks at the time she was last seen, December 09, 2004. She was reported missing to the Edmonton Police Service on December 18, 2004.
At the time of her disappearance BURKE was engaged in the sex trade industry, a high risk lifestyle, in the area of 118th Avenue in Edmonton. The Project KARE Proactive Insurgence
Team in cooperation with Edmonton Police Service and community organizations in the Edmonton area have been following up on investigational leads, all of which have been met with negative results. Project KARE and the Edmonton Police Service are treating this case as a missing person where foul play is suspected and as such are issuing an appeal to the public for any information that might assist in locating BURKE.
Police are requesting anyone that has any information on the location of Maggie BURKE or may have seen her after December 09, 2004 to call Project KARE, toll free at 1-877-412-KARE(5273) or the Edmonton Police Service at 423-4567 or Crime Stoppers, toll free. If Ms. BURKE becomes aware of our interest she is encouraged make contact with investigators.
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A media availability will be hosted at RCMP “K” Division 11140 109 St., this afternoon at 5:00 pm.
This press release will be posted on the Project KARE at www.kare.ca
Updated: August 21, 2016