The case of Teresa Cassandra Robinson

Teresa Cassandra Robinson, from Garden Hill First Nation, Manitoba, was the youngest of five children. The 11-year-old attended a birthday party on May 5, 2015, in her fly-in community, but she did not make it home that night. Two days later, community members began searching for Robinson. On May 11, 2015, six days after she was last seen, the RCMP were notified of her disappearance. That same day, partial remains were found by searchers, about a kilometre from where Robinson was last seen. Initial reports stated the girl may have been mauled by an animal. On May 15, 2015, RCMP announced they were probing her death as a homicide. So far no one has been arrested.
Age
11
Home community
Garden Hill First Nation
Status
Murdered
Year
2015
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CBC News Winnipeg
RCMP say Teresa Robinson's death is a homicide.