Police find stroller in Mary May homicide case

Waterloo Regional Police say they have located a bicycle stroller which homicide detectives believe is connected with the murder case of Kitchener resident Mary Anne May.

Bicycle stroller may have clues in death of Mary Anne May

Waterloo Regional Police have confirmed the discovery of a bicycle stroller that homicide detectives believe is connected to the death of 55-year-old Kitchener woman Mary Anne May.

Police spokesman Olaf Heinzel said officers discovered the stroller Monday night at 94 Bridgeport Road East in Waterloo after receiving tips from the public.

Heinzel said he could not comment on which clues police were looking for in the stroller.

“Those are intimate details of the investigation that we wouldn’t be able to share at this stage, but we can say though that stroller is being held for forensic analysis.”

Police say they have also completed their investigation at May’s former residence and have seized a number of items for examination.

The stroller went missing from behind May's Margaret Avenue residence shortly after her body was discovered in a park on Tyson Drive in the Bridgeport area of Kitchener on Sept. 20

Anyone with information on this case is being asked to call Waterloo Regional Police at 519-650-8500 ext. 8642 or CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-8477.