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Tracy Fadola OLAJIDE (aka: Tracy CANFIELD)

Cold Case Files

Name : Tracy Fadola OLAJIDE (aka: Tracy CANFIELD)

Location : near Agassiz, British Columbia

Details : On Saturday, August 12th, 1995, the nude body of 30 year old Tracy OLAJIDE was discovered on a trail adjacent to the Morris Valley logging road approximately 15 kilometers north of the Lougheed Highway #7, Harrison Mills, near Agassiz, BC.

Investigation has revealed that Tracy was a long time resident of Vancouver, and the mother of one child. She had been a Street Trade Worker in the Vancouver downtown eastside. Tracy was not known as an intravenous drug user, however she used a variety of intoxicants including crack cocaine. She had primarily stopped working the street, although was still active in drug transactions throughout the area. Tracy didn’t have a regular pattern of behavior and wasn’t known to travel.

Tracy was last seen alone on the street in the evening of Thursday, August 10th, 1995, in the vicinity of the Waldorf Hotel, near the Franklin Street and Commercial Drive area of Vancouver, BC.

Contact : If you have any information about this case, please contact:

  • Sgt. Ed STADNIK, RCMP Missing Women Task Force
    604-598-4327 or 1-877-687-3377, or
  • Crime Stoppers
    604-669-8477 or 1-800-222-8477, or
    www.crimestoppers.aebc.com

File : Agassiz Detachment File: 1995 - 2668; RCMP Headquarters File: 2004 - 1279