In Canada is a man in suspicion for the murder of a Belgian tourist at the end of August in British Columbia, in the west of the country. Reports that the Canadian public broadcaster CBC.
The 28-year-old Amélie Sakkalis was on August 22, found dead in the vicinity of the village of Boston Bar, about 200 kilometres northeast of Vancouver.
The Belgian was in Canada on a trip, and wanted all the hitchhiking in Vancouver get, police said. They had a day before her death via Facebook asked if someone from Pentincton a lift could give. On 22 August she had a second message was posted, with the question of whether someone of her property was able to offer since all of the hostels in Vancouver-full.
In August, reported the CBC all that a person was arrested in connection with the ‘suspicious death’. The man was, after questioning, released. It is not clear whether this is the same man that is now in suspicion. That is called according to CBC Sean Ryan William McKenzie.