WINNIPEG — The remains of missing grandmother Thelma Krull have been found outside the city more than three years after her disappearance.
Police confirmed Thursday that Krull’s remains were located October 27 by a hunter in a wooded area near Municipal Road 52 North and Chemin Perin Road.
Krull went missing July 11, 2015 while out for an early morning walk in the East Kildonan area near Valley Gardens. Since then, police have exhausted their efforts in the investigation, following up on several leads and eventually releasing sketches of persons of interest in the case.
No arrests have been made in relation to Krull’s homicide.
Winnipeg police are continuing to ask the public, especially those living in the Valley Gardens area, to review details of the case and recall any suspicious activity of July 2015.
Police are also asking anyone who was living in and around the location in Tache where Krull’s remains were found to report any suspicious activity from the same timeframe.
Anyone with information can contact the homicide unit at (204) 986-6508, or Crime Stoppers at (204) 786-TIPS (8477).