Canada Burnaby RCMP say father, son found dead, woman still missing near Fraser River

18:26  11 may  2017
18:26  11 may  2017 Source:   Vancouver Sun

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Burnaby RCMP say father , son found dead , woman still missing near Fraser River . Police say the woman ’s four-year son Garrick was found inside the family’s vehicle when it was pulled from the river , while the body of her husband, Ming Dong Xu, was found nearby .

BURNABY , B.C. — RCMP in Burnaby , B.C., say a search continues along the banks of the Fraser River in Richmond for a 36-year-old woman who went missing with two other members of her family on Sunday. Sgt.

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BURNABY, B.C. — RCMP in Burnaby say a search continues along the banks of the Fraser River in Richmond for a 36-year-old woman who went missing with two other members of her family on Sunday.

Sgt. Derek Thibodeau says they are searching for the body of Yu Ling Zhang.

Police say the woman’s four-year son Garrick was found inside the family’s vehicle when it was pulled from the river, while the body of her husband, Ming Dong Xu, was found nearby.

The three were last seen leaving their Burnaby home Sunday afternoon in the family’s silver 2006 Honda Accord.

Thibodeau says foul play is not suspected but an investigation, including a mechanical inspection of the vehicle, is continuing.

He says Xu worked on Mitchell Island and was familiar with the industrial area where the vehicle was found, which may be why the family had travelled there.

Police pull body from river in Thunder Bay, Ont., during search for missing teen .
Dozens of First Nations people gathered only the edge of the McIntyre River in Thunder Bay, Ont., on Thursday night after a body was pulled from the water during the search for a missing 14-year-old boy. Police could not confirm the identity of the body and would not reveal the gender.The discovery was made during the search for Josiah Begg of Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug, who disappeared while visiting the city from his remote First Nation on May 6. "We spoke to Josiah's family to let them know we located a body in the water," Thunder Bay police Staff Sgt. Ryan Hughes told CBC News.

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