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Today marks three years since the disappearance of North Kildonan resident Thelma Krull. 

The Winnipeg Police Service (WPS) have once again asked for the public's help in solving a three-year-old disappearance. Krull was last seen on July 11, 2015.

Krull went for a walk at 7:23 a.m. and is believed to have walked from her residence in the Grassie Blvd area to Civic Park near Kildonan East Collegiate. She arrived around 8:00 a.m. 

To date, the WPS  Homicide Unit has received more than 400 tips in the investigation. Several items belonging to Krull have been recovered, including her glasses and cellular phone.

Thelma is described as a Caucasian female, 5’4” tall, 170 pounds and short dyed blonde hair with a purple streak. Investigators would like to remind the public that Thelma was last seen wearing the following items:

  • Reddish-orange t-shirt (this is a bright coloured shirt)
  • Three-quarter length black Capri style pants
  • Black fanny pack
  • Tan/brown hiking style boots/shoes

krullsketchAn artist's stretch of the male that may have been seen with a women who looked like Thelma Krull (Winnipeg Police Servce)Following our news release on July 11, 2016, information was received regarding a possible sighting of Thelma Krull in the area of Kimberly Avenue, east of Gateway Road. A female with similar descriptors as Thelma Krull was reported to be in the company of a heavy set male, Indigenous in appearance, approximately 5'8" tall, 270 lbs., with a bowl-style haircut. This has been determined to be a significant part of the investigation. WPS are still trying to identify the male.

Members of the Homicide Unit can be contacted directly at 204-986-6508 or Crime Stoppers at 204-786-TIPS (8477).

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