http://www.missingpeople.net/danielle_larue_never_had_chance.htm "She was physically and sexually abused. She was abused in every way a child could be," says her sister Kim. By the time Danielle reached her teens, only heroin eased the pain and selling sex on the street was the only way to pay for it. On May 12, 2003, Vancouver police issued an alert that the 25-year-old had been missing from the Downtown Eastside since the previous December. Not a single newspaper in Metro Vancouver reported it. It wasn't until a year ago that Global TV's John Daly revealed that police had received an unsigned note, presumably from Danielle's killer, in early December 2002. When nothing was reported in the newspaper, the killer sent a second chilling note to police. "This is about Vancouver prostitute who disappear at the end of November 2002. Don't remember name she gave me, had no ID. Sounded like she had just recently come to Vancouver. Caucasian, long black, curly hair, jeans, black leather jacket, tattoos and jewelry. She is dead . . . . "I send this info so you can notify her family. If you can, please make mention of her name in Vancouver Sun. I would like to know who she was . . . . "To her family. I am sorry more than you can imagine. I did not intend this but am still responsible. She will not be unmourned. Have brought flowers to her grave once already, plan to do so every years as am able. Not ideal, but better than no visits at all. I know you can't forgive me but please believe I tried my very hardest to bring her back." The police file remains open. Danielle's body has never been found and nor has her killer".