Members of the RCMP Major Crime Section, assisted by the PEI Coroners Office, exhumed the body of an unidentified person, listed as John Doe, at the Peoples Cemetery in Charlottetown. The body of the deceased was discovered by a local fisherman in the Malpeque Bay exactly 13 years ago, June 7th, 1997. The investigation at the time failed to identify the individual, with cause of death determined as a "possible drowning".
With the advancement of science and forensic work, the case is being reinvestigated commencing with a new autopsy to explore if any other evidence can be found to help with this investigation.
Description of the victim
- Gender: male
- Height: 181 cm ( 5'11")
- Found wearing:
- black leather belt with large chain shaped "Jack Daniels" belt buckle, belt for size 36 inch waist
- blue jeans "Broadway"
- black leather zipper style booths size 10, white sport socks
- initials "G.L." written by marker on tag on underwear
The origin of the victim remains unknown and since he had been in the water for a number of weeks it is possible that he may have drifted with the tides. The deceased was wearing jeans with a bilingual logo and while he may be from Prince Edward Island, it is entirely possible that he may have originated from Quebec, Gaspe, northern New Brunswick or the Magdalen Islands.
The RCMP are continuing their investigation and are encouraging anyone having information that could assist in this investigation to call the RCMP Major Crime Section (902) 566-8816 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).
Name: Theresa Ann Gregory
Location: Bangor, Prince Edward Island
Date of Birth: 1951-09-30
Ann Gregory disappeared from the family home located in Bangor, Kings County, Prince Edward Island.
No contact has been made with the family since her disappearance on June 21st 1982. Foul play is suspected in her disappearance.
At the time of her disappearance Ann Gregory, a white female, was 30 years old, 61 kg (135 lb), 167 cm tall ( 5'6" ) and had red wavy hair and blue eyes.
Anyone with information regarding Theresa Ann Gregory's disappearance is asked to contact:
King District RCMP at 902-838-9300 or Crimestoppers (anonymous tips) at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).
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