On June 27 1994, Roxanne left her foster parents’ home in Quesnel with plans to return the next day, after she’d collected her belongings in Prince George, British Columbia. While in Prince George over the July long weekend, she confided in a friend that she was going to meet a client. Roxanne had recently been working the sex trade to meet her financial needs, she was never seen again. On August 11th Roxanne was reported missing to the Quesnel RCMP. On August 17th her remains were found dumped in the bush alongside highway 16 about 2 kilometers east of town, by local residents of Burns Lake who were checking out their recently purchased property. According to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) officers who investigated at the time, she was likely killed elsewhere and dumped there by someone who was familiar with the area.

Thiara was slim, 163 centimeters tall( 5’4″) and weighed 45 Kilograms (109lbs) brown eyes and red brown hair. Although she looked Caucasian she was part indigenous.

The Murder of Roxanne Thiara (thehueandcry.com)

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