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Story of Constance Cameron
Constance “Connie” Lynn Cameron was one of three kids in her family. The 20-year-old was from the Fisher River Cree Nation in Manitoba.
The last time she was seen was August 3, 1984, when a friend dropped her off at the corner of Higgins Avenue and Austin Street in Winnipeg. Three days later, her body was discovered in a wooded area in the Fort Garry district of the city.
In 1985, Crimestoppers offered a $2,000 reward for information relating to the case. Project Devote- a task force dedicated to missing and murdered persons cases in Manitoba- adopted the case in July 2012.