Foul play suspected as police confirm remains belong to missing woman

Jan 15 2020, 7:12 pm

Edmonton Police Service say that a woman who went missing in June 2019 is dead, as concealed remains have been confirmed to belong to the victim.

According to the EPS Homicide Section, 32-year-old Patricia Wendy Pangracs is deceased, and foul play is expected in the circumstances that led to her death.

Pangracs was last heard from Saturday, June 8, 2019, and was reported missing in Edmonton on Monday, July 8, 2019.

According to a release, in August 2019, the EPS Search Managers Unit, in conjunction with the investigative team, conducted a coordinated search in Strathcona County in relation to her disappearance, as they believed she had been in the area. Police say the search was expanded in Fall 2019.

“Based on the information and evidence collected to date, the EPS Homicide Section believes foul play was involved in Pangracs’ death,” says a release from EPS.

“Both medical and police investigations are ongoing; however, the cause of death will not be disclosed at this time for investigative purposes.”

EPS Homicide Section is currently leading this investigation and continues to seek information surrounding the circumstances of her death.

Anyone with information regarding Pangracs’ death is asked to contact EPS.

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