IHIT identify woman whose burned body was found in North Vancouver

The burned body of Lisa Dawn MacPherson a 41-year-old North Vancouver resident was located in a shelter along the Bridgeman North Trail by RCMP on Nov. 28 2016

Homicide Investigators are appealing for help after a woman's burned body was discovered in a wooded area in North Vancouver.

Lisa Dawn Macpherson, 41, was last seen in North Van on November 24th, 2016.

Police have identified a body that was found burned in a remote shelter in North Vancouver, B.C.

Six weeks later, the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team said it's still trying to piece together what happened to her, and many questions remain unanswered.

IHIT says MacPherson, described as 5-foot-4 and 130 pounds with blue eyes and shoulder-length blond hair, was last seen in North Vancouver on November 24.

They have not released the cause of MacPherson's death.

MacPherson "led a transient lifestyle" and had recently stayed at a homeless shelter, said Foster. Meghan Foster, spokeswoman for the RCMP's homicide team. "Those are the ones we are reaching out to and looking to speak with because they are going to be the ones who have the information we are looking for".

The victim, who was a North Vancouver resident, is described as white, 5-4 tall, 130 lbs. with blue eyes and shoulder-length blonde hair.



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