“The death of Emmalee Rose McLean is a priority for the Prince Rupert General Investigative Section and we are utilizing all available resources to resolve this tragic death” -- A statement from Corporal Neil Stafford of the RCMP as the investigation in the April death continues.
A discovery that shocked the community earlier this year, remains the focus of an ongoing investigation as the local RCMP continue to seek further information on the death of Emmalee Rose Mclean.
The Prince Rupert teenagers body was discovered in the Cow Bay area of the Prince Rupert waterfront on April 10th of this year and her case remains an active file for the Prince Rupert RCMP.
As that investigation continues they provided an update on the latest developments today outlining the nature of the process so far, which has utilized the services of The Prince Rupert General Investigative Section, Forensic Identification Services, RCMP Dive Team, Prince Rupert City and Rural members and the North District Major Crime.
Through their efforts thus far, they have conducted more than fifty interviews, while well over 100 people have spoken to investigators regarding the investigation.
A full review of their statement to the public can be found on the RCMP website.
Some of the past media accounts of the suspicious death can be found from our archives here.
The RCMP once again requested that anyone with information into the death contact their office at 250-627-0700 or contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.