Remains of woman, one of four missing from Dawson Creek, BC: RCMP | NanaimoNewsNOW


Her friends and family reported her missing just days after she was last seen on video at a gas station early in the morning of December 3, according to the Mounties.

Statements from Dawson Creek RCMP last year indicate that Didier is among four people missing from the area since March 2023.

According to police, another Indigenous woman, Darylyn Supernant, was reported missing in March 2023, while a 24-year-old man, Dave Daniel Domingo, disappeared last August and Cole Hosack was last seen on New Year's Eve.

The statement requesting information about Darylyn Supernant says she was 24 years old when she was last seen on March 15, 2023.

In late August last year, the RCMP issued a statement saying Domingo was missing following a “possible shooting” in the Rolla area, just outside Dawson Creek.

And in January, they asked the public for help in locating Hosack, who was last seen on Dec. 31 leaving the Lonestar Nightlife bar in Dawson Creek.

The statement said Hosack, 24, was not from Dawson Creek and was planning to leave for Medicine Hat, Alabama, on January 5 to take a new job.

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) of Dawson Creek issued a statement last month saying its officers responded to a report of human remains found along 219 Road near Saskatoon Creek.

The British Columbia coroner and major crimes investigators are investigating the death, they said. Authorities have not yet publicly announced who the remains belong to.

Dawson Creek is located about 400 kilometers northeast of Prince George.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published May 29, 2024.

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