July 11, 2019, marks the fourth anniversary of Thelma Krull’s disappearance.
Krull went missing on July 11, 2015, after going out for her morning walk. Police believe that she had gone to the civic park near Kildonan East Collegiate in the Valley Gardens area of the city. Several items that belonged to Krull were discovered by police in that area after her disappearance.
As the investigation unfolded over the years police have spent thousands of hours following leads but the case has yet to be solved.
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In July of 2017, two years after Thelma went missing police released the sketch of a man that they said was seen with Krull near Kimberly Avenue and Grey Street. They said that Krull appeared to be in distress.
In October of 2018 a hunter in the RM of Tache called RCMP after he found a human skull. Police confirmed a month later that the remains found by the hunter belonged to Krull.
Investigators are once again asking the public for assistance in solving Thelma’s murder.
Police say that they received a tip that a person who may have valuable information and was in a position to observe Thelma was in the area at the time of her disappearance. Investigators think that it is possible the person in question may not realize that they saw or heard something of value to the case.
Police are looking to speak with the driver of a gold-coloured 4-door sedan believed to be an import. The vehicle was thought to be from the 2005-2010 model years and was in good condition.
Anyone who has information and has yet to speak with investigators is asked to contact them at 204-986-6508 or Crime Stoppers at 204-786-TIPS (8477).
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