Waterloo Regional Police have released an image of a stroller believed to be connected to the homicide of 55-year-old Kitchener woman Mary Anne May.

The stroller did not belong to the victim, police said Monday. 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.

Mary Anne May stroller

Waterloo Regional Police say this photo of a stroller was taken outside the Margaret Avenue building where Mary Anne May lived. Police believe the stroller may contain important clues in relation to May's death. It went missing shortly after May's body was discovered. (Waterloo Regional Police handout)

Police believe the stroller, which is the kind that can be tethered to a bicycle "may contain important clues" in relation to the case, police said in a release.

Anyone with information related to the case is urged to call police (519) 650-8500 ext. 8642 or Crime Stoppers at (1-800) 222-8477.