Remains identified, questions linger in Dawson Creek, B.C., where four went missing

 The Canadian Press 29/05/2024 20:10 When Renee Didier disappeared from Dawson Creek in northern British Columbia nearly six months ago, it was sudden and unexpected, her uncle said. Nine months before Didier disappeared, her cousin, Darylyn Supernant, had vanished from the community too. Now, with the discovery of Didier’s body, her family is full of questions about what happened to the 40-year-old mother of two, said the two women’s uncle, Walter Mineault. “It’s pretty tough when you’re still hurting,” Mineault said. “The pain is still there and you got all that love and memories of your child and to find out they’re gone just puts more of the reality onto the situation.” Police announced Monday that the BC Coroners Service had identified remains discovered along the Kiskatinaw River on May…

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