Police continue to search for alleged murderer Marissa Shephard

A Canada-wide warrant for Shephard was issued late in December, but the woman continues to elude police. RCMP Const. Jullie Rogers-Marsh says investigators have received and followed up on several tips since a video with pictures of Shephard was released in late January.

The body of Baylee Wylie, 18, was discovered after an early-morning house fire in Moncton on Dec. 17

Marissa Shephard is charged with first-degree murder and arson in the death of Baylee Wylie. (Facebook)

Police continue to search for Marissa Shephard, 20, of Moncton, wanted for the first-degree murder of BayleeWylie, who was killed on Dec. 17 in what police called a extremely violent murder.

The body of 18-year-old Baylee Wylie was discovered in a residence on Sumac Street in Moncton. (Submitted)

A Canada–wide warrant for Shephard was issued late in December, but the woman continues to elude police.

RCMP Const. Jullie Rogers-Marsh says investigators have received and followed up on several tips since a video with pictures of Shephard was released in late January. 

"We've had more than 400,000 views, which is the most viewed RCMP nationally has ever put out," said Rogers–Marsh. 

"I think it certainly helped putting out new pictures of [Shephard], so people get a  good understanding of what she looks like," she said. 

Tyler Noel and Devin Morningstar are already in police custody on first–degree murder charges in connection with Wylie's death.

Morningstar is undergoing a psychiatric assessment. Noel is expected to return to court on Monday.