Death in Ross River confirmed to be a homicide

Ross River, Yukon – On August 14th and 15th, an autopsy took place in Vancouver on the body of Maryann Ollie, a 59-year-old First Nation woman who died in Ross River on August 1st, 2019.

Results from the autopsy have confirmed her death to be a homicide.

The RCMP is working closely with the Yukon Coroner’s Service on this investigation.

Coroner
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If you have any information about the death of Ms. Ollie, please contact Ross River RCMP at (867) 969-2677 or (867) 969-5555.

Ross River RCMP



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