Student’s body found in bay
The St. Lawrence College Student, who was from Pangnirtung, Nunavut located on Baffin Island in Canada Arctic was last seen as he left an acquaintance in the area of Raglan Road and Main Street on Oct. 15. Kilabuk girlfriend, who lives in Ottawa, called police when she was unable to get in touch with him.
Police said Kilabuk identity has been confirmed and his family has been notified. An autopsy is scheduled for Monday in Ottawa.
awaiting the autopsy to assist us with cause and type of death, which will determine if we continue from a police investigation, or if its handed over at that point to the East Regional Coroners office, if it deemed non suspicious in nature, said Koopman.
Koopman would not comment on how long the body might have been in the water, pending the results of the autopsy. Saturday from a passerby who saw the body, and the body was timberland boots for women recovered within an hour. Officials worked quickly and carefully to recover the body, which was immediately covered and the area cordoned off w timberland boots for women ith police tape. The body remained at the scene surrounded by pylons while police completed their investigation in a thick, cold mist.
Police placed items found near and on the body in evidence bags, and officers combed the area by flashlight, turning over fallen leaves and looking in the water.
Three fire trucks and five police cruisers remained at the scene for about an hour, until the body was recovered. Some police officers remained on scene investigating into the evening.
In recent days the search for Kilabuk timberland boots for women had gained intensity, as dozens of volunteers distributed posters downtown and searched the area where he was last seen the neighbourhood with Patrick and Clergy streets to the east, Colborne Street to the south, Division Street to the west and Plum, John and York streets to the north.
Detectives from the Major Crime Unit continue to investigate the matter. Police ask that anyone with information come forward, as they are still piecing together the circumstances surrounding Kilabuk disappearance in the late ni timberland boots for women ght of Oct. 15 or early morning Oct. 16. Police are also interested in how Kilabuk body came to be in Anglin Bay. Those with tips are eligible for a cash reward up to $2,000.