Conservation Service: black bear may be the culprit in Pitt Meadows BC fatal attack

    After a woman’s body was discovered in Pitt Meadows, the British Columbia Conservation Officer Service (COS) and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) are looking into the “possibility of a bear attack.”

    The woman’s body was discovered on August 15 on a blueberry farm near the Old Dewdney Trunk Road and McKechnie Road, as reported by the COS.

    According to a COS social media post, investigators are still trying to figure out if a large animal like a black bear was to blame for the tragedy.

    As the inquiry continued on Friday, conservation police stayed in the area, including Predator Attack Team specialists.

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