RCMP on Salt Spring Island, B.C., say they’ve discovered the physique of a College of British Columbia professor who had been lacking since final Wednesday.
Sinikka Homosexual Elliott left her house to run errands on Wednesday and had not been seen or heard from since. Police say they obtained a lacking individuals report at 2:15 p.m. the identical day.
On Saturday, police issued a written assertion that stated they’d discovered her physique. Though they’re nonetheless investigating the small print surrounding her dying, they do not suspect foul play.
RCMP thanked the greater than 100 volunteers who helped seek for Elliott.
Overwhelming neighborhood response
The search started Wednesday evening and positioned Elliot’s car deserted on Juniper Place Street at roughly 9:30 p.m.
After an awesome response from the neighborhood trying to assist within the search, police had requested the general public to face down.
Elliot had been an affiliate professor with the sociology division at UBC since 2007.
Man Stecklov, head of the sociology division at UBC, beforehand instructed CBC Information that her colleagues and college students had been all distressed by her disappearance.