Police hope to spark new leads from new information on woman’s killing
calgary — Mounties are releasing new information in the 2015 slaying of 43-year-old Victoria (Vickie) Joanne crow Shoe, whose body was found on the shores of the Oldman river reservoir.
rcmp say the Lethbridge woman was last seen alive on aug. 31, 2015, and investigators with the major crimes unit believe her body was put in the reservoir shortly thereafter. Her body was found on Sept. 13, 2015, at the Windy Point boat Launch, just north of Pincher creek.
Her unclothed body was believed to be bound by a piece of Kernmantle construction rope before she was put into the water, rcmp said.
the rope has two black tracers in the sheath weave.
When last seen alive, crow Shoe was wearing a black Fox racing pullover hoodie and black pants. She’d been carrying a purple bag, and/or an over-the-shoulder duffel bag.
rcmp say the major crimes unit deployed several resources on the reservoir, including a dive team. they are asking anyone with information to call them at 403-343-5582.
Police believe this length of rope was used to bind the body of Victoria Joanne Crow Shoe. The rope is of kernmantle construction, white with two black tracers in the sheath weave.
Victoria crow Shoe