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A photo of a T-shirt with the words “Forget princess I want to be a vampire” is seen in this photo provided by the Waterloo Regional Police Service. (Waterloo Regional Police Service)
A photo of a T-shirt with the words “Forget princess I want to be a vampire” is seen in this photo provided by the Waterloo Regional Police Service. (Waterloo Regional Police Service)

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Torso found in Kitchener, Ont., garbage bin identified as 24-year-old woman Add to ...

Police say a torso found in a garbage bin in Kitchener, Ont., last Saturday has been identified as that of a 24-year-old woman.

Waterloo regional police say an autopsy to determine how Kelsey Louise Felker of Kitchener died is continuing.

Homicide investigators say tips from the public regarding a black T-shirt bearing the words “Forget princess I want to be a vampire” worn by the victim were an important factor leading to the identification.

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A command post has been set up at the apartment building where the torso was found and anyone finding suspicious articles is asked to call police.

Investigators say they are still actively seeking information from the community relating to the homicide.

Police have not said if any other body parts have been recovered.

 

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