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Police call for national data base

VANCOUVER (CKNW/AM980) -- The Vancouver Police Department is gradually finding more of the women whose names have been linked to the spectre of a serial killer, preying on hookers and drug addicts who populate the city's downtown east side. The most recent discoveries of two more women on the list has again brought home the benefit of maintaining a national registry for social assistance. The police tracked down two of the women on the list last week through a time-consuming check of the medical data bases in each Canadian province. The police are now repeating their call for a national data base which could greatly improve chances of finding the remaining 27 women on the list. Each province handles its own social assistance programs and while there have been discussions about setting up a national registry, nothing has been done in that regard.

Vancouver cops find missing woman-Dec.17,1999

Another missing woman found-Dec 19,1999

 

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Updated: August 21, 2016