Stanley Park homicide victim Thi Yen Le's car located

Vancouver police say they've located a champagne-coloured sedan that belonged to homicide victim Thi Yen Le.

Thi Yen Le was found in medical distress and died at Brockton Oval Thursday

The car that belonged to the victim is a champagne-coloured, four-door Nissan Altima with B.C. licence plate 903 TXS, tinted windows and black wheels. (VPD handout)

Vancouver police say they've located a champagne-coloured sedan that belonged to homicide victim Thi Yen Le.

Police put out a public appeal for help in locating the vehicle Monday warning anyone who has seen the car not to approach anyone seen driving it.

The car belonged to Thi Yen Le, of Surrey, who was found in medical distress early Thursday morning near Brockton Oval at Stanley Park.

She was pronounced dead at the scene, becoming Vancouver's 5th murder victim of 2014.

Police said Le was known to them, and she was possibly the victim of a targeted attack.

On Monday afternoon, police announced the vehicle had been found. No further information was released.