Poster campaign for missing, murdered people launched in Winnipeg

Winnipeggers will soon be seeing posters on transit buses around the city of missing or murdered people. It is important to "bring those faces forward to the public" and keep them in people's minds, said Winnipeg police spokesman Const. Jason Michalyshen.

Winnipeggers will soon be seeing posters on transit buses around the city of missing or murdered people. It is important to "bring those faces forward to the public" and keep them in people's minds, said Winnipeg police spokesman Const. Jason Michalyshen.

RCMP and Winnipeg police hope a new ad campaign brings in fresh leads in cold cases involving missing and murdered women. Police unveiled new posters featuring pictures and names of missing and murdered women, along with a plea for information.

Police are hoping when you see the faces of missing and murdered Manitobans, it will spark a memory that can give their families closure. Project Devote investigators will be advertising their tip line on the outside of Winnipeg Transit buses for the

Project Devote, a Royal Canadian Mounted Police and Winnipeg Police Service task force, is launching a campaign that will hopefully bring justice to the families of missing and murdered Manitobans. Beginning November 30, posters featuring the missing 

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