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UPDATE: Police locate murdered Surrey woman's car

A 2003 Nissan Altima similar to this one was owned by Surrey
A 2003 Nissan Altima similar to this one was owned by Surrey's Thi Yen Le, who was found dead in Stanley Park last week. Police want to locate Le's car.
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Vancouver Police say they have located the vehicle belonging to murder victim Thi Yen Le.

More as it becomes available...

 

Earlier story:

Police are asking for the public's help in finding a car that was owned by a Surrey woman who was murdered in Vancouver last week.

Thi Yen Le, 33, was discovered clinging to life in Stanley Park early April 24. She was pronounced dead at the scene.

Vancouver Police are now hoping to locate Le's 2003 Nissan Altima. The four-door car is champagne-coloured with B.C. licence plate 903 TXS and has tinted windows.

The public is advised to call 911 immediately if they know of the vehicle's whereabouts.

Le was known to police. Her homicide marks Vancouver's fifth of 2014.

 

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