June 28, 1990 at the Gold Range Hotel in Yellowknife. She wasn’t reported missing until September 1990. A human bone fragment was found in Yellowknife in 2003, and a 2018 forensic DNA analysis determined that it belonged to Keadjuk. The police searched the area where the bone fragment was found at the time, but could not find more human remains. Const. Jack Keefe of the RCMP’s major crimes unit, said he’s proud they never gave up trying to identify the remains.
“The disappearance of Mary Rose in 1990 has never been forgotten, “Her family and the community deserve to know what happened to her.”
Anyone with information on Mary Rose Keadjuk or any open investigations is asked to contact the NT RCMP Major Crimes Unit at RCMP at 867-669-1111 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).
More info here: https://www.nnsl.com/news/yk-cold-case-what-happened-to-mary-rose-keadjuk/
MISSING: Mary Rose KEADJUK was 24 when she disappeared from Yellowknife, Northwest Territories. She was last seen on June 28, 1990. Please retweet. Investigating agency: @RCMPNT #CanadasMissing #MMIWG https://t.co/YA7LFqLr0g pic.twitter.com/b3xz5SxrNZ
— RCMP (@rcmpgrcpolice) December 7, 2022