DoeNetwork Hot Case 2389 http://www.doenetwork.org/hot/hotcase2389.html http://www.sacp.ca/missing/details.php?id=104 Name: Skeletal Remains St. Walburg FOUND HUMAN REMAINS Date Last Seen: 1997-11-14 Last Seen Location St. Walburg District, Saskatchewan Age: 35 - 40 Years Old Date of Birth: Unknown Race: Aboriginal Descent Gender: Unknown Height: Unknown Weight: Unknown Hair Color: Unknown Eye Color: Unknown Distinguishing Features: Unknown Clothing Worn at time of disapearance: Unknown File #: 1997-9562 Agency: Saskatchewan Justice, Office of the Chief Coroner Additional Information: On the 14th day of November, 1997, local residents out for a walk found a skull along the North Saskatchewan River, between Lloydminster and St. Walburg, SK. The skull was turned over to RCMP. A search of the area produced more remains. Examination of the skull by the University of Saskatchewan Department of Archaeology revealed it to be that of a 35 - 40 year old of Native origin. The gender was unidentified. This case is being investigated by the Office of the Chief Coroner and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. I wonder why they couldn't determine the gender.