Ashley Morin believed to be a homicide victim after year long search
RCMP believe Ashley Morin was the victim of a homicide. (Photo: RCMP)
After a year-long search, RCMP believe 32-year-old Ashley Morin, who was last seen in North Battleford in July 2018, was a victim of a homicide. In a release on Wednesday, Police have found new information in regards to the disappearance.
Police are looking for a white van and/or the occupants who might provide information on Morin’s disappearance. (Photo: RCMP)
RCMP is seeking the publics help to identify a van or the occupants as they might have important information on the 32-year-old’s whereabouts. Police say the van was in North Battleford on July 10, 2018, on the corner of 96 Street and 16 Avenue, which was one of the locations Morin was last seen.
RCMP says no phone, social media or bank account usage has been linked to Morin over the past year.
Mounties are focusing on finding out what happened to Morin and her whereabouts. Anyone with information on the disappearance can contact RCMP Major Crime Unit North at 306-975-5153 or Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.