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Man arrested in Calgary, charged with Coquitlam woman’s murder

Jodine Millar, 57, was reported lacking on Nov. 27 final 12 months

A 30-year-old man has been charged with murdering a Coquitlam girl who was reported lacking final November.

Police say that after an virtually yearlong investigation, murder investigators have decided that 57-year-old Jodine Millar was murdered.

Millar was reported lacking on Nov. 28, the identical day police discovered her empty automotive after a crash on Freeway 1.

Investigators on the time mentioned witnesses noticed the brown 2011 Hyundai Tucson rushing when it veered off the highway and right into a water-filled ditch, and a second car was seen leaving the world.

Sgt. Timothy Pierotti of the Built-in Murder Investigation Group, says Millar’s stays had been recovered by the RCMP, however police are usually not releasing particulars of when or the place they had been discovered.

On Friday, police mentioned 30-year-old Carson Mackay, was arrested in Calgary and has been charged with second-degree homicide.

Pierotti mentioned Mackay was residing in Coquitlam on the time of Millar’s disappearance and the 2 had been recognized to one another. He didn’t present specifics in regards to the relationship.

Police are additionally not releasing particulars of how Millar died.

“Mr. McKay was arrested yesterday in Calgary. He’s being interviewed proper now. So, we have now to watch out about what we launch publicly at that time,” Pierotti mentioned Friday.

“As properly, this case does stay now earlier than the courts. So, we do need to watch out. I do know that sometimes, we’d launch a bit bit extra data however on this scenario, simply based mostly on the specifics of it, I can’t share with you precisely what prompted her dying.”

Pierotti mentioned Millar moved to British Columbia from Manitoba to be nearer to her grownup daughter.

Jodine Millar
Jodine Millar’s brown 2011 Hyundai Tucson was concerned in a single-vehicle crash alongside Freeway 1 in Abbotsford on Nov. 28, 2022 (Picture: Coquitlam RCMP)

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