RCMP continuing to investigate the 2006 homicide of Leslie Ann Conrad

Kings County, Nova Scotia – Today marks the tenth anniversary of the murder of Leslie Ann Conrad.


The 45-year-old woman resided in the Lower Wolfville area of Kings County, Nova Scotia. On October 6, 2006, Leslie Conrad’s brother reported that his sister was missing. Investigators interviewed family members who advised that when they arrived home on the afternoon of October 5, 2006, Leslie was gone from the residence.

On November 22, 2006, a hunter located human remains near Melanson Rd., Kings County. The remains were later identified as the body of Leslie Conrad who had died of unnatural causes. An extensive investigation ensued, however, no criminal charges have ever been laid. Although unsolved at this time, officers from RCMP Southwest Nova Major Crimes Unit continue to work to solve this crime and remain committed to this investigation.

“The RCMP knows there are individuals out there who can help us piece together what happened to Leslie, and no piece of information is too small”, says Cst. Dayle Burris, the lead investigator on the file. ” Her family and friends deserve to have closure on this terrible event in their lives” .

Anyone with information regarding the person (s) responsible for the murder of Leslie Conrad should contact the RCMP Kings County District or RCMP Southwest Nova Major Crimes. People with information can also contact Nova Scotia, Crime Stoppers, or the Nova Scotia Rewards for Major Unsolved Crimes Program at 1-888-710-9090. Information on the rewards program can be found online at http://www.gov.ns.ca/just/public_safety/rewards.

Nova Scotia RCMP