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Two people from southeastern P.E.I. have been arrested and charged in connection with the disappearance of Summer Kneebone, according to Charlottetown police.
In a news release Thursday, police said Donald Roy Holmes, 44, and Samantha Jemima Parlee-Buell, 32, are both from Pembroke, just north of Murray Harbour in southeastern P.E.I.
They were arrested in New Glasgow, N.S.
Police said they were arrested under Section 182(b) of the Criminal Code of Canada on charges of interfering with a dead body or human remains.
Police said Kneebone has still not been found, but their investigation leads them to believe she has died.
“What our investigation has provided us [with] is the probability that that has occurred,” Charlottetown Police Chief Brad MacConnell said.