Police confirm Seble Dietrich's remains found in Guelph home

Police have confirmed that the human remains found at 55 Vancouver Dr. in Guelph are that of missing coffee shop owner Seble "Mimi" Dietrich.
Seble "Mimi" Dietrich hasn't been heard from since July 10th. Guelph police are now treating this case as suspicious. (Guelph Police Service)

Police have confirmed that the human remains found at 55 Vancouver Dr. in Guelph are that of missing coffee shop owner Seble "Mimi" Dietrich.

Police said the remains, which were found at the home where Dietrich lived with her husband and three children, were sent to the Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex in Toronto.

Seble Dietrich was last seen alive on July 10, 2014. She was well known within the local Ethiopian community as a bubbly, outgoing person with a beautiful singing voice.

Her husband, Stephan Dietrich, has been charged with first degree murder and obstructing police in relation to her death.

Dietrich appeared in court on June 10 and remains in custody.

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