A man who was stumbled upon the remains of his son Winnipeg grandmother Miss Thelma Krull missed a month ago said she finds find the closure of Krull family.
Marcel Trudeau and his son went looking for a hunter on February 27, northeast of Chemin Perrin Road, Highway 12 and Northern Highway 1, in the town of Taché, south-east of Winnipeg.
He's not living in Trudeau Ste. Anne, Man. But it's a remote area, he said. The bracelet is quite serious, since most people prevented them from escaping.
It happened that evening Trudeau shot his son a minute ago, and thought he was a couple. They split up to make a check.
"I took it in a small place and took it to another area," Trudeauk said. "And then he screamed my name. He said:" I found something ".
Krull's remains were discovered. They were a little scared, Trudeau said they stopped, when they said they marked the trees, to get the police back to over 45 meters.
They went ste Anne Polizia, who called the Steampunk RCMP, 15 kilometers away. He moved to RCM Trudeau home and marched to the area.
"We finally found it, and then the RCMP called me some Winnipeg police officers and I think they left one of the Crusaders."
Search engines throughout Winnipeg
On Thursday, Winnipeg's police confirmed that the study of DNA confirmed the remains of Thelma Krull at the age of 57 when he disappeared three years ago.
When Trudeau learned the police, he thought about his family.
"I only had the thought of the family … and they would know that they would know, and finally, when everything was closed.
Winnipeg's granddaughter disappeared on July 11, 2015, after leaving for a walk in the Grassie Boulevard area. West Coast Trail trained in British Columbia.
The police believe that Krule left his home on Saturday morning to reach the Civic Park, near the East Collegiate, in Kildon, within 8 years, where he was proclaimed and carried by force.
Robert Krull, her husband, asked for intimacy on Thursday. He said he would expect justice that he will do justice.
After Thelma Krull disappeared, his family and friends gathered hundreds of Winnipeg people who did not know much about it.
One of them was Bill McCausland. Krull was never acquainted, but felt he was forced to see messages from his daughter's social media when asked for help.
"I learned that it was basically very energetic and very enjoyable," said Krull. "After all these search engines, I found some friends today that we have brought together."
McCausland made efforts against Krull to search for extinct Winnipeg people.
"I went through the search for Thelma, and I went through other people, such as Christine Wood, for example, to search parties," he said.
"I would like to continue this. I hope that many other people are not lacking."
Police ask for information
On a Thursday press conference, Winnipeg Police Sgt. Wes Rommel said that they had found the ruins of Krull – he last saw 50 miles in the southeast of Winnipeg.
Trudea has said that this area has not been traveled by many people. The nearest house is about a mile and a half, he said. You can drive, but the road becomes dirt before gravel.
"As it is over, there are not many fields around it, and suddenly you will reach areas that are becoming trees and deserts," said Rommel. "I think that's a very important part."
The police also met Krull's killer in the Winnipeg area, where he disappeared; he may live or work there or for other reasons.
In a press conference in 2016, the police said they were concerned about the discovery of cruelty near a gas station near Kimberly Avenue and Gateway Road in the morning of its disappearance.
At that time a man published a draft, five feet, eight inches and 270 pounds.
On Thursday, Rommel said the suspect remains "an important part of the investigation", but now the police are considering "external options".
The police ask anyone who has lived in the gardens of the Valley of Vancouver in 2015 to send researchers information.
Likewise, the remains of Krull asked residents of the surrounding area about any suspects reminding us of the summer of 2015 or any other information that may be of help to the researchers.
He continues to investigate the police homicide unit.
Anyone with information who wants to call the police at 204-986-6508 or Crime Stoppers at 204-786-TIPS (8477).