Canada MISSION JANE DOE: WF, 20-40, found near a creek just south of Highway 7 in Mission, BC - 23 Feb 1995

788UFBC - Unidentified Female

Artistic rendering of the victim. Hair, nose, lips and jaw are an approximation.

Date of Discovery: February 23, 1995
Location of Discovery: Mission, British Columbia, Canada
Estimated Date of Death: Between 1985 and 1995
State of Remains: Partial skeletal remains
Cause of Death: Unknown

Physical Description

Estimated Age: 20-40 years old
Race: White
Sex: Female
Height: Unknown
Weight: Unknown
Hair Color: Unknown
Eye Color: Unknown
Distinguishing Marks/Features: Unknown


Dentals: Unknown. Missing teeth in the upper right portion of her jaw. May have worn dentures.
Fingerprints: Not available
DNA: Available

Clothing & Personal Items

Clothing: Unknown
Jewelry: Unknown
Additional Personal Items: Unknown

Circumstances of Discovery

On February 23, 1995, what appeared to be a partial skull with an attached vertebra was located near a creek just south of Highway 7, approximately 800 meters east of the Ruskin bridge in Mission. In August 2002, bones recovered during the search of the farm associated to Robert Pickton were confirmed to be genetically linked to this partial skull. It is possible that this woman's family does not know that she is missing or may be under the mistaken belief that she was reported missing and there is a file open.

Investigating Agency(s)

Agency Name: "E" Division MCS - Special Projects Unit
Agency Contact Person: Sgt. Shane Parsons
Agency Phone Number: 778-290-4106
Agency E-Mail: Shane.J.Parsons(at)
Agency Case Number: 2001E-1388

NCIC Case Number: Unknown
NCMPUR Case Number: 2012020024

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Patricia Bernadette Meehan?

Bozeman, Montana to Mission, BC is 792 miles and 12 he drive. But considering the circumstances and her nomadic lifestyle I definitely think it's a strong possibility it's her. If she had memory loss but was use to hitchhiking she certainly could have made it to B.C. And she is the kind of person Pickton would have preyed on.
Luckily Pickton will never be free again to kill at age 71. He will be eligible for release after 25 yrs according to Canadian law. I believe he has another 15 to go. But he will never give the answers needed.

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