Kingston Police launch webpage of active cold case files

The faces of the nine victims whose cases are featured on the Kingston Police Force’s new cold case webpage. Top row (L to R): Gordon Andrew Cameron, Valerie Anastacia Drew, and Thomas M. Gencarelli. Middle row: Marion A. Joyce, Jeffrey Thomas Leveque, and Viva Bernice Mack. Bottom row: Eleanor McGeachie, Judith Ann Zicari, and Christine Ziomkiewicz. Photos via Kingston Police Cold Case webpage.

Kingston Police have launched a new webpage detailing active cold case files and are encouraging the public to take a look.

According to a release from Kingston Police, dated Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2024, cold case homicides or incidents where someone has disappeared under suspicious circumstances fall under the mandate of the Kingston Police Major Crime Unit.

“Family, friends, citizens, and those responsible for these crimes should know that these cases are always being actively investigated,” police stated.

The cases are being added to the Kingston Police website so that members of the public, who may be witnesses or tipsters, are aware of what cold cases exist in our jurisdiction, according to the release.

“The adage that ‘someone knows something’ holds true and investigators are always eager to receive information about these cases, which remain a top priority of the Major Crime Unit,” police continued.

The page is available at www.kingstonpolice.ca/coldcasefile. Anyone with information regarding any of the cold case files is strongly encouraged to contact the Major Crime Unit by phone at 613-549-4660 or by email at [email protected].

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