Winnipeg Police Release More Photos in Thelma Krull Case

Winnipeg Police Release More Photos in Thelma Krull Case

Winnipeg police have released these three photos in hopes one of them will bring a lead on the disappearance of Thelma Krull. (WPS/HANDOUT)
Winnipeg police have released these three photos in hopes one of them will bring a lead on the disappearance of Thelma Krull. (WPS/HANDOUT)

Winnipeg police are hoping that by releasing more photos in the Thelma Krull case, it will give them a fresh lead.

Police released three photos Monday in the hopes the people in them will be identified. Similar photos released last week showed two people on bicycles, and those people have been identified.

Police stress the people in the photographs are not suspects, but they’re hoping they may have seen or heard something the day the 57-year-old woman disappeared.

Krull went for a walk in her Transcona neighbourhood on July 11 and never came home. Police have found no trace of the woman, except her glasses near Valley Gardens Community Centre.

-Staff


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