Winnipeg police identify mother of six found in recycling as Mary Madeline Yellowback

The Winnipeg police have identified a woman whose body was discovered among recycling at a local depot as Mary Madeline Yellowback.

The 33-year old woman from God’s River in Manitoba was discovered on Sept. 28.

Police have released photos of Yellowback on the night of Sept. 27.

They believe she was in the downtown area the night before she was discovered.

A photo from what looks like security camera footage captured Yellowback wearing a grey hoodie with a red R on the front.

According to a statement released by the family, Yellowback had six children, aged three, four, six, nine and 13. She and her husband Clifford Yellowback had one child who died in a car collision in 2009 at the age of four.”

Yellowback was a community care worker and is described in the statement as “happy go lucky,” the statement said.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Winnipeg Police Service at 204-986-6508.

 

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