Thursday, November 20, 2008

Cold case website set up in TORONTO

Police in Toronto, Canada have set up a 'cold case' website in the hope that new information could help crack unsolved murder cases.

"The traditional means of communication has sometimes been inadequate," Toronto Police Chief William Blair told the city's Globe and Mail newspaper.
"A very significant portion of our population, in particular young people in our city, get most of their information on the web," he added.
The cold-case website contains details of murders that date back decades.

Information from the investigations – including detectives' reports, photos and maps – are all on the site.
One unsolved murder is the case of Christine Prince a nanny from Wales, working in Canada.

She was murdered in June 1982 on her way home from a night out with friends. The murderer's identity is still unknown.

According to the cold-case website: "Murder investigations are made up of many pieces of information. Perhaps your piece of the puzzle is what is needed to complete the picture."
Maybe just maybe Quebec will see this and follow in their footsteps?

Is it too much to ask?

check out the link here