Body id’d as woman miss­ing for a decade

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - CANADA - The Cana­dian Press

ED­MON­TON — Moun­ties in Al­berta say they may be deal­ing with a se­rial killer af­ter iden­ti­fy­ing the re­mains of a woman south of Ed­mon­ton. RCMP Insp. Stacey Talbot says the re­mains found on a ru­ral prop­erty near Le­duc in April have been iden­ti­fied as be­long­ing to Corrie Ot­ten­breit. Ot­ten­breit, a sex trade worker, was last seen in Ed­mon­ton more than a decade ago, in May 2004. In­clud­ing Ot­ten­breit, po­lice have found the re­mains of four women within an eight-kilo­me­tre radius in Le­duc County. Talbot says given the prox­im­ity of the vic­tims, po­lice have not ruled out the pos­si­bil­ity of a se­rial killer.

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