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In 1987 Cheryl Duck was a 15-year-old girl who lived at home with her parents and sibling in Winnipeg and was known to hitchhike on occasion.

During the evening of December 4, 1987, Cheryl was seen at a number of hotels on Main Street by some of her relatives, including the Leland Hotel, the McLaren Hotel, the Occidental Hotel and possibly the Savoy Hotel.

Approximately nine to eleven hours later, her body was discovered in a field miles away, near Templeton Avenue and Pipeline Road on the outskirts of Winnipeg.

An autopsy revealed that Cheryl had several blunt force injuries that contributed to her death. 

Project Devote, the Manitoba task force of the Winnipeg Police Service and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police focusing on missing and murdered exploited person's investigations, encourages anyone who can provide information about what happened to Cheryl to contact police.

Cheryl Duck was an Indigenous girl with medium length black hair, 5'6" and 110 pounds. She had a tattoo of a lightning bolt next to her left eye.

If you have information that can help with this investigation, Project Devote is eager to hear from you. Call investigators on the Project Devote tipline at 1-888-673-3316. If you want to remain anonymous, you can call Manitoba Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222- TIPS (8477).

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