No Leads in Death of Pregnant Native Woman

Friday, January 07, 2005 at 13:23



Police in Prince Albert continue to try and solve the mysterious death of an Aboriginal woman there.


It’s been roughly five-and-a-half months since the body of 26-year-old Antoinette Ruth Daniels was discovered floating in the North Saskatchewan River by the community’s pulp mill.


Sergeant Al Fraser says the police not sure if the matter is a homicide, but they are continuing to canvass potential witnesses and accept leads.


Daniels was six months pregnant when she went missing.


Her body was discovered on July 22nd of last year — but it was so badly decomposed, authorities aren’t sure how long it had been in the water.