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21:31  08 may  2019
21:31  08 may  2019 Source:   globalnews.ca

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© Courtesy, Calgary police Calgary police are searching for information in the 2016 homicide of 29-year-old Jeremy Boisseau. The 29-year-old was last seen in November 2016 in the community of Bridgeland in northeast Calgary. Investigators believe the homicide occurred between the late hours.

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Police trying to track truck used to transport homicide victim’s body © Courtesy, Calgary police Calgary police are searching for information in the 2016 homicide of 29-year-old Jeremy Boisseau.

Calgary police have released new details of a homicide that dates back more than two years as they work to solve the crime.

The remains of Jeremy Boisseau were found in a wooded area near Waiparous, Alta. -- about 50 kilometres northwest of Calgary -- in October 2018.

Prior to the discovery, police had been investigating Boisseau’s disappearance. The 29-year-old was last seen in November 2016 in the community of Bridgeland in northeast Calgary.

Investigators believe the homicide occurred between the late hours of Monday, Dec. 26, 2016 and early morning Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2016, in an apartment in the 600 block of 1 Ave N.E.

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On Wednesday, police said they’re now looking for the public’s help in tracking the movement of a brown 1990 Ford F250 that may have been used to transport Boisseau’s body to the Waiparous area.

Anyone with information about the whereabouts of the vehicle between Dec. 26 and 27, 2016 is asked to call the Calgary Police Service homicide tip line at 403-428-8877, the Calgary Police Service at 403-266-1234 or to contact Crime Stoppers.

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