THUNDER BAYS UNSOLVED CRIMES

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(THUNDER BAY, ONT) – Thunder Bay Police still need your help in solving the following crimes and missing people in the city.

It is important to report any information you have whether it be significant or not to the Thunder Bay Police.

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JUSTIN DUNCAN: FOUL PLAY SUSPECTED, MISSING SINCE NOVEMBER 24, 2016

Justin Duncan, also known as “Milky” was 23 years old when he was reported missing in Thunder Bay. Justin is originally from Ottawa with friends and acquaintances from the Toronto and Ottawa areas. It is believed he arrived in Thunder Bay early November 2016.

Extensive ground searches have been conducted in the area of Thunder Bay. Ground searches were also conducted in the FWFN area based on a tip that his body might be in that area. Search results have come up negative.

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Justin is described as a black male, 23 years of age. Approximately 5’8” and 140lbs.

The information TBPS has about Justin Duncan’s disappearance is that he was last seen in the Limbrick Street area during the early morning of November 22, 2016. Witnesses have come forward saying that Justin was involved in a altercation prior to his disappearance.

If you have any information involving Justin’s disappearance please call the Criminal Investigation Branch – 1 807 684 1200 or Crime Stoppers 1 800 222 8477

WILLIAM DARRYL WAPOOSE: HOMICIDE SEPTEMBER 3, 2014

William Daryl Wapoose was found deceased on a bike path south of Chapples Drive around 7:30 am on September 3rd 2014. William was 34 years old and a resident of Thunder Bay.

Thunder Bay Police are looking for any information about any suspicious activity or foul play in that area either on the evening of September 2, 2014 or morning of September 3, 2014.

If you know any information at all including his whereabouts or activities prior to his death, police would like to speak to you.

The littlest pieces of information can significantly help an investigation and help bring Williams family some closure.

Homicide tip line – 1 807 684 1055 or Crime Stoppers where you might be eligible for a $2,000 reward – 1 800 222 8477

ALMA TERAVAINEN: HOMICIDE JULY 25, 2005

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Alma Teravainen was found murdered at the age of 67 years old on Monday July 25, 2005.

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Alma was discovered in the Harbour Terrace Variety Store where she was working. The store was located in the 122 Cumberland St complex in Thunder Bay.

Alma was very well known and liked by the residents that lived in the complex and the Cumberland area.

Anyone with information on the murder of Alma please call TBPS – 1 807 684 1251 or Crime Stoppers – 1 800 222 8477

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SCOTT DOVE: HOMICIDE ON DECEMBER 1, 1984

Scott Dove was discovered in the morning hours of December 1, 1984. His remains were located in a rock quarry off of Copenhagen Rd. Scott was last seen leaving his residents on the morning of October 31, 1984.

His vehicle was located in the LPH parking lot on November 8, 1984.

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Anyone with information regarding Scott’s death please come forward and contact TBPS at – 1 807 684 1251 or Crime Stoppers at – 1 800 222 8477

SANDRA JOHNSON: HOMICIDE FEBRUARY 13, 1992

Sandra Johnson’s body was discovered on the morning of February 13, 1992 on the frozen surface of the McIntyre floodway in the East End.

Sandra was last seen leaving her residence at approximately 1:30 am on February 13, 1992.

Anyone with information involving the murder of Sandra Johnson, please contact TBPS at – 1 807 684 1251 or Crime Stoppers at – 1 800 222 8477

KIP HALLOW: HIT AND RUN OCTOBER 26, 1985

Kip was hit by a red or maroon coloured sedan and succumbed to his injuries. The vehicle failed to remain at the scene which was Vickers St N and Weigan Ave.

Kip was only 20 years old at the time of his tragic death.

If you have any information at all about Kips death please contact TBPS at – 1 807 684 1251 or Crime Stoppers at – 1 800 222 8477

Please remember that you can remain anonymous for any information you give. The families and friends of these individuals need closure. No amount of information is to small.

Sources: TBPS

 

 

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