Unsolved Homicides and Suspicious Deaths
There is one Major Crime Unit within RCMP “J” Division (New Brunswick) with offices in Bathurst, Fredericton and Moncton. Major Crime investigates serious crimes, including homicides and missing persons, where foul play is suspected.
There have bee ugg boots n many advances in crime scene techniques over the years which have helped us to solve crime, such as the use of DNA. However, the most successful method of solving a crime is still the assistance of the general public.
The following cases are some of those we are currently investigating. Please have a look at the details of these cases. If you feel you have any information which may be of assistance, please contact us and speak with one of our investigators. All calls are confidential.
Major Crime Unit, Major Crime North East (Bathurst)
900 Vanier Blvd.
Major Crime Unit, Major Crime South East (Moncton)
191 MacBeath Avenue
Major Crime Unit, Major Crime West (Fredericton)
1445 Regent Street,E3B 4Z8
New Brunswick Crime StoppersA B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Barnes, Mary Lou Mills, Jr., Larry : Murder File 2006 125074
Charges laid April 19, 2010
On Sunday evening of November 5th, Larry Sr. brought his son Larry Jr. back to his mom’s home in British Settlement. Mary Lou had spent the day cleaning and later on that evening she spoke with a friend on the phone. Mary Lou worked at a local Nursing Home and the follo ugg boots wing morning, Monday the 6th of November, 1995, she did not show up at work. S ugg boots he and her son, Larry Jr. were both discovered murdered at their residence. Police are very interested in knowing if anybody may have been to Mary Lou’s home that evening or any other information about this crime.
Boucher, Victor Kenneth : Missing Person/Suspected Foul Play File 2007 202026
On May 6, 1996, 25 year old Victor Boucher of Minto, was last seen at his residence on the Tracy Road in Minto. Mr. Boucher was a jack of all trades and had built his own home where he lived at the time of his disappearance. At the time of his disappearance, the five foot six inch Boucher had blond hair, blue eyes, a closely trimmed beard and he walked with a slight limp.