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The Estevan girl’s disappearance remains unsolved 20 years later

The Estevan girl’s disappearance remains unsolved 20 years later
The Estevan girl’s disappearance remains unsolved 20 years later

This week marks 20 years since Estevan teenager Courtney Struble disappeared.

On July 9, 2004, the 13-year-old boy left a friend’s house on foot and never returned.

She was last seen just after midnight near Highway 39 and Woodlawn Avenue.

Struble has not been heard from for twenty years since her disappearance.

In 2012, the Saskatchewan RCMP concluded that Struble was the victim of a crime and began investigating her disappearance as a homicide.

“The Saskatchewan RCMP would like to encourage anyone with information regarding Courtney’s whereabouts to come forward,” the Saskatchewan RCMP said in a statement to CTV News.

Struble’s case is now being overseen by the Saskatchewan RCMP Historical Unit, who will continue to work with the Estevan Police Service to ensure that all credible information is followed up.

Police are asking anyone with information to contact their local police.

Residents can also submit information anonymously through Crime Stoppers, online or by phone at 1-800-222-8477.


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