The only 13-year-old boy Max Werenka from British Columbia in Canada has been at the beautiful lake Griffin hundreds of times. He loves nature and filming also frequently his experiences with his GoPro camera.
But when he recently once again visited the lake with his family, he had never expected that he would suddenly become an important element in the elucidation of a 27-year-old cloak-case basis, since 1992, has been a great mystery for the police.
When Max sailed out on the lake with his family, so he all of a sudden, a car on the bottom of the lake. Then called the family immediately to the police. But when the police arrived, the water was too muddy to see anything. Therefore, offered Max his help.
I explained to the police that I had a GoPro camera that I could use for filming under water. So I swam around and filmed over the car and dived down to get closer to the car. And afterwards could the police examine the video, explains Max Werenka.
the Police returned three days after with a dive. And here they found inside car the body of a woman who has been missing for 27 years.
It writes multiple media, including CNN and Global News.
the Police be able to out from the car's license plate to find the identity of the corpse, which turned out to be the 69-year-old Janet Farris of Vancouver Island. She disappeared without a trace way back in 1992, while she was in the car was on the way to a wedding in the town of Alberta.
the Investigators of the case have a theory, that she for one reason or another have run off in the lake - perhaps to avoid an animal.
A Facebook group for missing persons has also put a lookup around the matter.
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The deceased Janet Farris' car of the brand Honda was incidentally found only about four feet from the transcanadiske highway in the area runs along the lake.
Police believe that, thus far, there has been no suspicious criminal in connection with the accident and death that has tormented Janet Farris' family over the last 27 years.
But just now the family according to the tv station CTV glad that they got rid of the uncertainty, and they have already planned for a funeral by Janet Farris.
- The worst thing through all the years has been that we did not know anything about what had happened, says the 62-year-old George Farris, who is the son of the late Janet Farris.
Erin Farris-Hartley remembers his grandmother as a warm, fun person who loved to do gardening. She tells that she every day have thought of his grandmother.
It seemed as if we never got an opportunity to make right, because my grandmother all the time had gone missing, she tells Global News.