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No detail too small - RCMP ask again for public’s help with Weymouth North murder


WEYMOUTH NORTH, NS  -  –RCMP want to speak to anyone who may have been near Fort Point Road in Weymouth North the night Lynda Comeau died.

The RCMP’s major crime unit for southwestern Nova Scotia is still investigating the death of the 63-year-old Weymouth North woman on Sept. 1.

The Nova Scotia Medical Examiner conducted an autopsy Sept. 2 and determined that Comeau’s death was a homicide.

The RCMP issued a press release Sept. 15 asking again for the public’s help with the investigation.

In particular the RCMP would like to hear from anyone who was near Fort Point Road between 8 p.m. on Aug. 31 and 3 p.m. on Sept 1.

RCMP maps of their area of interest can be seen in the photo gallery above.

“Our officers continue to work tirelessly to identify and locate the person or persons responsible for the tragic death of Lynda Anne Comeau,” says Sergeant Bill Raaymakers of the major crimes unit. “We want to talk to anyone who may have been walking, riding a bicycle or driving on Fort Point Road or the surrounding area. No piece of information is too small.”

RCMP is asking anyone with information to contact the RCMP major crimes unit for southwestern Nova Scotia at 902-679-5561 or 1-800-803-RCMP (7267).

People with information can also remain anonymous by calling Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), texting TIP202 + their message to CRIMES (274637) or by posting secure online tips at www.crimestoppers.ns.ca.  

jriley@digbycourier.ca

The RCMP’s major crime unit for southwestern Nova Scotia is still investigating the death of the 63-year-old Weymouth North woman on Sept. 1.

The Nova Scotia Medical Examiner conducted an autopsy Sept. 2 and determined that Comeau’s death was a homicide.

The RCMP issued a press release Sept. 15 asking again for the public’s help with the investigation.

In particular the RCMP would like to hear from anyone who was near Fort Point Road between 8 p.m. on Aug. 31 and 3 p.m. on Sept 1.

RCMP maps of their area of interest can be seen in the photo gallery above.

“Our officers continue to work tirelessly to identify and locate the person or persons responsible for the tragic death of Lynda Anne Comeau,” says Sergeant Bill Raaymakers of the major crimes unit. “We want to talk to anyone who may have been walking, riding a bicycle or driving on Fort Point Road or the surrounding area. No piece of information is too small.”

RCMP is asking anyone with information to contact the RCMP major crimes unit for southwestern Nova Scotia at 902-679-5561 or 1-800-803-RCMP (7267).

People with information can also remain anonymous by calling Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), texting TIP202 + their message to CRIMES (274637) or by posting secure online tips at www.crimestoppers.ns.ca.  

jriley@digbycourier.ca

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