RCMP and BC Coroners deem sudden death of Vanderhoof woman not suspicious

A Vanderhoof woman’s death has been deemed non-suspicious, the RCMP continues to assist the BC Coroners Service.

  • Oct. 1, 2012 6:00 p.m.

A Vanderhoof woman’s death has been deemed non-suspicious, the RCMP continues to assist the BC Coroners Service.

During the evening of September 21, 2012, the Vanderhoof RCMP responded to a request to check the welfare of a 49 year old female resident of the Vanderhoof, BC area. Officers arrived at the residence shortly after midnight and found the female deceased inside the home. Attending officers requested assistance of the North District Major Crime Unit as the incident was originally thought suspicious.

The BC Coroners Office in conjunction with the Prince George RCMP Forensic Identification Section, the North District Major Crime Unit and Vanderhoof RCMP, where able to conduct a thorough and timely investigation which resulted in the determination that the woman’s death is not suspicious in nature.

The woman’s identity is not being released at this time, further information or updates will be provided by the BC Coroners Service.

 

The Vanderhoof RCMP would like to thank local residents for their assistance in the care of several horses and cats found on the property while the grieving family makes further arrangements with respect to the estate and property.

 

 

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