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Loretta Saunders, seen in this undated police handout photo, has been missing since Feb. 13. (HANDOUT/THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Loretta Saunders, seen in this undated police handout photo, has been missing since Feb. 13. (HANDOUT/THE CANADIAN PRESS)

Case against two accused in Loretta Saunders killing put over to April 22 Add to ...

The case of two people charged in the death of Loretta Saunders was put over Wednesday in Halifax to April 22 to set dates for a preliminary hearing.

First-degree murder charges have been laid against 25-year-old Blake Leggette and his 28-year-old girlfriend, Victoria Henneberry.

Neither of the accused appeared in court Wednesday.

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Saunders disappeared from Halifax on Feb. 13.

Her body was found nearly two weeks later off the Trans-Canada Highway in New Brunswick.

Police allege the 26-year-old woman was killed the day she was last seen at an apartment she once shared with the two accused.

Saunders, an Inuit woman from Labrador, was a student at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax whose studies were focused on missing and murdered aboriginal women.

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