- Category: Canada News
- Published Friday, December 11, 2015
- CTV News
ST. GEORGE'S, Grenada -- Police in the small Caribbean island of Grenada say a "person of interest" in the disappearance of a New Brunswick woman has turned himself in to police and is now being held for questioning.
Linnea Veinotte, who had been out jogging with her dog, was reported missing Sunday morning.
Const. Pauline Williams with the Royal Grenada Police Force says 26-year-old Akim Frank, of Jean Anglais in the island's capital of St. George's, has surrendered to police and is being questioned on Veinotte's whereabouts.
Yesterday, police recovered a dark grey SUV about 10 to 16 kilometres from where Veinotte was last seen matching the description of one that may have been involved in the disappearance.
A Facebook page dedicated to finding Veinotte says she was born in New Denmark, N.B., and has a home in Nova Scotia but was working at St. George's University.