My family never gave up hope’: Cody Ridge Wolfe’s remains finally found after nine years – CTV News
May 15, 2020
REGINA — After more than nine years, the remains of 17 year-old, Cody Ridge Wolfe remains have been found.
“I feel like there is a sense of relief and a lot of strong emotion,” said Wolfe’s cousin, Jessica LaPlante, who held back tears standing near where he was found. “My family never gave up hope. Every year they never gave up hope and they never stopped speaking Cody’s name.”
On Grid Road 639, just a three-minute drive north of the town of Lestock, Wolfe’s remains were found on May 7. There were on an island in a large body of water near the same area where he went missing in Muskowekwan First Nation in April of 2011. Two male youths from the First Nation were using a paddle boat to look for goose eggs and decided to go to the island and came across the remains.
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