Canada Death of Tess Richey ruled a homicide, police say 'neck compression' was cause of death

08:20  02 december  2017
08:20  02 december  2017 Source:   cbc.ca

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Toronto police say a woman found dead in the Church Street and Wellesley Street East area was killed through neck compression , and her death has now been ruled a homicide . Tess Richey , 22, was reported missing Saturday and found dead not far away outside a building undergoing

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Death of Tess Richey ruled a homicide, police say 'neck compression' was cause of death: <span style=Tess Richey, 22, was reported missing Saturday and found dead not far away outside a building undergoing construction just days later." src="/upload/images/real/2017/12/02/death-of-tess-richey-ruled-a-homicide-police-say-neck-compression-was-cause-of-death-span-style-font_459921_.jpg" />© Courtesy of Rachel RicheyTess Richey, 22, was reported missing Saturday and found dead not far away outside a building undergoing construction just days later.

Toronto police say a woman found dead in the Church Street and Wellesley Street East area was killed through neck compression, and her death has now been ruled a homicide.

Tess Richey, 22, was reported missing Saturday and found dead not far away outside a building undergoing construction just days later on Wednesday afternoon of what would have been her 23rd birthday.

In a news release issued Friday evening, police now say they have concluded their post-mortem examination.

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"The cause of death has been determined to be neck compression. Homicide has now taken over the investigation," the release reads.

Earlier this week, Richey's sisters told CBC Toronto that the entire family was always in close contact, and it was uncharacteristic of her not to reply to text messages.

Richey had left the home of her sister, Rachel Richey, around 11:30 p.m. on Friday for a night out with an old friend from high school.

Rachel Richey said she texted her sister Saturday morning, but when she didn't get a response she figured she was sleeping. When her texts and calls remained unanswered the next day, she grew concerned.

Tess Richey's friend, Ryley Simard, told CBC Toronto on Monday that she last saw her friend around 4 a.m. Saturday, when she decided to head home after their night out. The two had gone to Crews & Tango, a drag club on Church Street, and were very intoxicated when they left sometime after 1:30 a.m., Simard said.

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The pair then met up with a man and a woman, and hung out outside the woman's home on Dundonald Street for some time.

The last Simard said she saw of Richey was at 4 a.m., when Simard left the group to go home.

The Richey family's last contact with her was a notification at 3 a.m. Saturday from Tess's FitBit, and a series of Uber messages at 4 a.m. in which it appeared Richey ordered a car but never got in.

From the messages, which went to her mother's phone because it is a shared account, it was unclear whether the driver or Richey cancelled the call.

Tess's death marks Toronto's 56th homicide of the year.

Police release images of man sought in Tess Richey case .
Toronto Police have released security footage of a man they’re looking to identify in relation to Tess Richey’s homicide. Homicide investigators are requesting assistance in identifying the man as part of their investigation into the death of the 22-year-old woman, whose body was discovered four days after her initial disappearance, steps away from her last known location. Previously, investigators released only a description of the man, noting that he was white, between five-foot-seven and 6 feet tall, with a slim build and light-coloured hair.

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