Southern Alberta RCMP Continue to Investigate Murder Case, 16 Years After Woman's Body Found

Photo Courtesy of RCMP K Division

The body of Adrienne McColl was discovered in a rancher's field five miles outside of Nanton on February 17th, 2002.

Southern Alberta RCMP continue to investigate the murder of a 21 year old woman that happened 16 years ago this week. The body of Adrienne McColl was discovered in a rancher's field five miles outside of Nanton on February 17th, 2002.  Corporal Hal Turnbull says she was last seen alive around Valentine's Day that year and that at least one person, and possibly a group of people, know what happened to her. He says RCMP Major Crimes out of Calgary has been following up on recent tips and re-examining tips gathered previously. Turnbull says new technologies, especially in the area of DNA, have allowed for new information to be obtained from the evidence and exhibits in the case. He's also asking anyone with information on the case or on McColl's activities or plans around Valentine's Day 2002, no matter how insignificant it might seem, to come forward to their local police department or RCMP detachment. -Tina Giesbrecht
 
Corporal Hal Turnbull
 

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