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Search for missing B.C. woman prompts homicide fears

BY , Apr 22, 2020 5:10 PM - REPORT AN ERROR

Police are releasing more details about a British Columbia woman they fear may be the victim of a homicide.

Metro Vancouver's Integrated Homicide Investigation Team says 45 year old April Parisian was last heard from on March 28 and was declared missing earlier this month.

The resident of the Fraser Canyon community of Spuzzum owned a red, 1998 Chevrolet pickup with a camper and may have been with her boyfriend, Paris Margesson, and her brown pug dog.

On April 16, police appealed for help and received a tip just hours later that the camper was in the Abbotsford area.

Officers tried to speak to a man in the camper but he suffered a self-inflicted wound and died a short time later.

Parisian is still missing and the homicide team says it is creating a timeline of her movements and wants to speak with anyone who saw her, her boyfriend, dog or camper between March 28 and mid April.

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