Grande Prairie RCMP believe foul play after body found near the city

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The RCMP have now identified the victim – The Grande Prairie RCMP and RCMP Major Crimes Unit – North have identified the deceased adult female found in a remote rural area northwest of the City of Grande Prairie as being 24 year old Amber Dawn Diebert.  Amber was last seen on December 8th, 2015.  The RCMP now believe that Amber Diebert is the victim of foul play.  Amber was reported missing to the Grande Prairie RCMP on December 10th, the day before the discovery of her body. Her family have been advised.  Amber was Caucasian, 119 lbs., 5”4”, with Brown hair and Brown eyes.

Adam Reaburn | 1:16 PM Grande Prairie RCMP believe foul play after body found near the city

The Grande Prairie RCMP and RCMP Major Crimes Unit – North now suspect that the deceased adult female found in a remote rural area northwest of the City of Grande Prairie is the victim of foul play.

A tentative identification has been made but an autopsy will be required to determine with certainty her identity.

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Investigators believe that the deceased was an associate of another female, 30-year-old, Jody Michelle Topilko, who was last seen on November 29th, 2015 shopping in Grande Prairie with a family member.  The RCMP issued a missing persons media release on December 8th, 2015 regarding Jody Topilko, and because of this association are anxious to locate her and confirm she is safe and sound.  While it is not known at this time if there is an actual link between the two investigations, police are not ruling this possibility out.

Jody Topilko may be associated to the following vehicle: 2015, Black Chevrolet 1500 pickup, Alberta Licence L02 511.

The RCMP are asking the public for their assistance in either the case of the deceased female found yesterday or the missing person’s case of Jody Topilko, and to please contact the Grande Prairie RCMP at 780-830-5701 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 if you can provide any information to assist the police in solving these investigations.

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