Twenty years after a thirty-five year old man was found dead in Victoria, the BC Coroner’s service has identified who he was.
Barb McLintock, with the coroner’s service, says it was thanks to better technology, allowing better communication between agencies, that they could finally identify Kenneth William Boseley.
“One of the things that we like doing best of all, I have to say, because we don’t get that much happy work in the coroners service, is indeed when we’re able to at least give families some peace of mind, and sort out some of these really old cold cases.”
McLintock says foul play was not a factor in Bosley’s death.
She says they worked with Victoria police and the missing persons unit to use finger prints to make a postive ID.