• First Degree Murder

Ronald Jeffrey Bax

Wanted on Canada-wide warrant for first degree murder.

In cooperation with the FBI

RCMP File: 92GE08697

Around the town of Carcross, Yukon Territory, Ronald was known as a sculptor, taxidermist, outdoorsman and an expert with guns. Now he's known as a suspected killer. After a long history of marital discord and allegations of spousal abuse, Ronald's wife, Lynn, sought refuge in a shelter for battered women on March 1, 1992. Her only visitor that night was her best friend, Krystal Senyk. Theirs was a close friendship that sources say Bax deeply resented. When Krystal returned to her home at around 11 p.m. someone was lying in wait for her. A single shot from close range left Krystal dead in the doorway of her own home. Ronald Bax vanished immediately and is the only known suspect in the murder. Bax has family in Michigan and there is a strong possibility that he is hiding somewhere in the U.S. -- (text from Unsolved Mysteries TM, originally aired Dec. 1, 1995). Date Issued: 96-07-08 (Canada/USA Fugitive Group, International Liaison Branch, RCMP HQ)

Personal description
  • Sex: Male
  • Born: November 1961
  • Hair Colour: Blond
  • Eye Colour: Blue
  • Weight: 150 lbs / 68 kg
  • Height: 5 ft 7 in / 170 cm
  • Tattoos: Upper right arm, winged horse
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Take no action to apprehend this person yourself. Report any information to the nearest RCMP detachment or the police in your area or contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

Considered to be:

  • Armed and dangerous
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