Man wanted in case of abducted Canadian woman surrenders to police
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.