Man wanted in case of ab­ducted Cana­dian woman sur­ren­ders to po­lice

The Star (St. Lucia) - - REGIONAL -

A26-year-old man wanted for ques­tion­ing in con­nec­tion with the dis­ap­pear­ance of Cana­dian Lin­nea Moore Veinotte in Gre­nada has turned him­self into po­lice. Law­men say Akim Frank sur­ren­dered this morn­ing, less than 24 hours af­ter he was named a per­son of in­ter­est in the in­ves­ti­ga­tion into the ap­par­ent ab­duc­tion of Veinotte.

The 36-year-old mother of two – who was work­ing in Gre­nada at St. Ge­orge’s Univer­sity – went for a Sun­day morn­ing run with the fam­ily dog, Nico, and never re­turned home. The dog was found on the side of the road, with in­juries sus­tained from be­ing hit by a ve­hi­cle. Po­lice have found the ve­hi­cle and say they be­lieve Frank was the driver. Two sources within the Royal Gre­nada Po­lice Force told CTV News Fri­day that the body of the miss­ing woman had been found. How­ever, an of­fi­cial spokesper­son for the po­lice force says the body has yet to be pos­i­tively iden­ti­fied.

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