Mounties to collect about 2,000 DNA samples in unprecedented attempt at solving Manitoba girl's murder


Her remains were found in such bad shape, residents thought she had been mauled by a bear.

Now, almost a year after the killing of Teresa Robinson, 11, in a remote northern Manitoba First Nation community and under pressure to solve the case, RCMP investigators are trying to gather DNA samples from about 2,000 local men and boys.

The scope of the collection is unprecedented in the province, officials said.


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