Simone Sanderson Homicide: Police Develop Suspect DNA Profile

Simone Sanderson Homicide: Police Develop Suspect DNA Profile

Simone Sanderson
Simone Sanderson (WPS / HANDOUT)

Winnipeg police are making progress in the homicide of Simone Sanderson, but still need the public’s help in bringing a suspect to justice.

Sanderson, 23 at the time, went missing in late August 2012. Her body was discovered concealed on the afternoon of September 2, 2012 in a vacant lot at the southwest corner of Burrows Avenue and Main Street.

Police have since been able to develop a male DNA profile that they believe will identify a suspect in the case. Investigators also believe the suspect returned to the crime scene in the night’s following Sanderson’s murder.

Police say the suspect brought Sanderson to the area where she was murdered in an older model, small-style two-door car. She was found wearing a pink skirt and black sports bra.

Anyone with information is asked to contact investigators at (204) 986-6508 or Crime Stoppers at (204) 786-TIPS (8477).


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