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Winnipeg Police still wanting information regarding homicide of Treymaine Traverse


Winnipeg Police still wanting information regarding homicide of Treymaine Traverse
Winnipeg Police enter second year of investigating the homicide of Treymaine Traverse

By: Staff Writer - Winnipeg Tribune


Winnipeg, March 8, 2024 - Tomorrow marks the somber anniversary of the homicide of 33-year-old Treymaine Traverse, a member of the O-Pipon-Na-Piwin Cree Nation, South Indian Lake, Manitoba, whose life was tragically cut short in Winnipeg.


Treymaine was discovered deceased in a residential suite of a hotel located in the 600 block of Main Street on March 9, 2023, at around 10:45 a.m. The circumstances surrounding his death were initially deemed suspicious and later confirmed to be a homicide.


The Winnipeg Police Service’s Homicide Unit has been actively investigating this case since its inception, tirelessly seeking clues and leads to bring closure to Treymaine’s family and ensure justice is served. To aid in their ongoing investigation, authorities are reaching out to the public for any information regarding Treymaine's death, including details about individuals he may have interacted with or his activities leading up to the tragic event.


No piece of information is too insignificant, and even the smallest detail could prove crucial in unraveling the mystery surrounding Treymaine’s untimely demise. Those who wish to contribute to the investigation are urged to contact the Homicide Unit at 204-986-6508. Alternatively, anonymous tips can be provided by calling 204-786-TIPS (8477) or by visiting winnipegcrimestoppers.org.


As the investigation enters its second year, the Winnipeg Police Service remains committed to uncovering the truth behind Treymaine Traverse's death, and they rely on the cooperation and support of the community to achieve this goal.

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