Sarah Foord Wiki – Sarah Foord Biography
FORT ST. JOHN, BC. – RCMP found Sarah Foord’s body and filed a criminal complaint against her boyfriend John Wendell Keyler.
Sarah Foord Missing
On July 10, Sarah Foord was reported missing by a family member. When investigators were unable to rule out foul play, the major crime police, judicial investigators, Surrey RCMP, dog units, and BC. and Alberta police forces were called to locate Foord.
On Friday, search police took him to a remote area about 75 kilometers north of St. John’s Castle, where human remains were found. B.C. Coroners Service and forensic investigators later confirmed that the remains belonged to Foord and his family was notified.
As a result, a murder was accepted against 35-year-old John Wendell Keyler in connection with Foord’s death.
Keyler was uneventful during the weekend.
“I want to acknowledge all of the police investigators, staff and analysts who worked day and night on this investigation to find Sarah and secure a charge for her death,” said Insp. Lorne Wood with North District Major Crime.
“Also on behalf of the investigative team, I want to thank Sarah’s family, members of the public and local businesses who came forward with information to assist with the investigation into the disappearance of Sarah. Our priority now is to prepare for court process.”
Surrey RCMP to the investigators, the Forensic Identity / Forensic Search Units, the Police Dog Division and also the BC. and Alberta.
RCMP said the researchers will continue to update and support Foord’s family.
Keyler for Fort robbery, theft, fraud, breaking and entering, stolen property, assault and mischief. He has a long list of convictions in John.
There are two outstanding charges for illegal firearms in September 2019, and these charges are scheduled for July 31.
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