September 17, 2017 9:19 pm
Updated: September 18, 2017 11:53 am

Two months after her murder, family still looking for answers into Marrisa Shen’s death

Burnaby RCMP show the photo of 13-year-old Marrisa Shen. Her body was found July 19, 2017.

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It’s been two months since Marrisa Shen’s homicide in Central Park.

Spokesperson for Shen’s family, Valentine Wu, said Shen’s mother is still trying to understand how the investigation process is carried out compared to China.

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“She feels a little bit disappointed with what’s happened here. Because in China, such things move quickly to find out who did it.”

Wu said Shen’s family has full confidence in the work police are doing, but that they’re just getting used to how investigations work here.

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He said the family is trying to put ‘healthy’ pressure on police.

“It means we keep asking police about the process just to be proactive.”

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Shen’s death has been ruled a random attack. No arrests have been made but police say they are looking into 90 persons of interest.

He said it’s important for them to show Marrisa Shen has not been forgotten and that community safety matters.

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