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Public's help sought in solving old Alberta homicide cases

Last Updated Jan 22, 2018 at 7:17 pm MST

Alberta RCMP are looking to the public for anyone who has information on the historical homicides of Shelly Ann Bacsu, Stephanie Stewart and Deanna MacNeil. Alberta RCMP

Alberta RCMP are turning to the public for help in trying to solve three historical homicides.

Mounties are asking anyone who might have any information on the disappearance of Shelly Ann Bacsu in 1983, Stephanie Stewart in 2006 and Deanna MacNeil in 2013 to come forward.

Each of the women are believed to be victims of foul play, however, what happened to them it is still unclear as their bodies were never recovered.

RCMP Corporal Hal Turnbull says in some cases that can make the job more difficult for investigators and families are also robbed of any closure.

“The families of all these three women certainly have a lot of questions, certainly have that open ended situation of not having a loved one return to them,” said Turnbull.

Mounties believe there are people out there that know what happened to Shelly Ann, Deanna and Stephanie and they’re hoping to hear from them.

Turnbull says any little bit of information helps and also says the guilty party may have let stuff slip over the years which could be just the help they’re looking for.