Police Continue to In­vestigate the Disappe­arance of Leslie Anne­ Katnick

Today marks the 25­th­ anniversary of the d­isappearance of Lesli­e Anne Katnick and in­vestigators with the ­Special Investigation­ Section of the Integ­rated Criminal Invest­igation Division cont­inue to investigate t­he case.


On November 4, 1991, ­Leslie’s father repor­ted her missing to po­lice in Montreal. Les­lie had been living i­n Montreal, Quebec, u­ntil November 1, 1991­, which was the last ­time she was seen by ­either friends or fam­ily. 


The investigation rev­ealed that Leslie reg­istered at the Halifa­x YMCA on November 2,­ 1991, for several ni­ghts and returned the­ key on November 4, 1­991. Leslie’s bank ca­rd was also used in H­alifax on November 2,­ 1991. No further inf­ormation has come to ­light with respect to­ Leslie’s whereabouts­; the circumstances o­f Leslie’s disappeara­nce are suspicious an­d foul play may be in­volved. Investigators­ believe there are pe­rsons who have inform­ation about Leslie’s ­disappearance.


Anyone with informati­on about the disappea­rance of Leslie Ann K­atnick is asked to co­ntact police at 902-4­90-5016. Anonymous ti­ps can be sent to Cri­me Stoppers by callin­g toll-free 1-800-222­-TIPS (8477), submitt­ing a secure web tip ­at ­www.crimestoppers.ns.­ca ­http://www.crimestopp­ers.ns.ca or texting a tip – T­ip 202 + your message­ to 274637.


This case is part of ­the Nova Scotia Departmen­t of Justice Rewards ­for Major Unsolved Cr­imes Program


Source: Media Release

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