Angel Carlick’s remains were discovered near the Pilot Mountain subdivision three years ago, and RCMP are using this “sad anniversary” to reach out to the public for leads.
“There’s at least one person out there who knows what happened to her and we encourage them to do the right thing and come and talk to us,” said Sgt. Don Rogers on Monday.
Carlick was last seen on May 27, 2007, just days before her high school graduation.
Her body was found six months later, on November 9, 2007.
In Carlick’s grad photo, the 19-year-old First Nation girl is in a cap and gown, clutching a bouquet of red roses.
This is one of the photos police continue to circulate, hoping for more information.
“We’re looking for any assistance we can get to bring this to a successful resolution,” said Rogers.
In other investigations, appeals to the public have generated tips, he said.
“And one of these tips might bring this to a successful conclusion.”
This is a priority investigation, added Rogers.
And the RCMP is “currently doing a file review of the entire investigation to ensure we haven’t missed anything, and all leads have been properly followed up on,” he said.
“That’s standard practice.”
Police are asking anyone who may have witnessed any suspicious activity in the forested area north of Pilot Mountain subdivision between May 2007 and November 9, 2007; or have other information related to this investigation to report it by calling 667-5555, or to Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).
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