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Teen helps solve 1992 cold case after finding car submerged in lake


Added 09-09-19 12:18:07am EST - “A 13-year-old boy discovered a car submerged in a Canadian lake last month ?" and in the process, helped cops close the cold case of a woman missing for nearly three decades. Max Werenka spotted wha?” - Nypost.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Nypost.com: “Teen helps solve 1992 cold case after finding car submerged in lake”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

A 13-year-old boy discovered a car submerged in a Canadian lake last month — and in the process, helped cops close the cold case of a woman missing for nearly three decades.

Max Werenka spotted what looked like a vehicle sitting beneath the surface of British Columbia’s Griffin Lake in mid-August and decided to explore.

Royal Canadian Mounted Police came to scope out the situation Aug. 21 — and Max dove into the lake to help, using a GoPro to capture footage of the overturned car, laying on the lake bed 15 feet below the surface.

“When we initially heard someone was in that vehicle, my heart just sank,” said the teen’s mom, Nancy Werenka.

Cops were able to grab the car’s license plate, and traced it to 69-year-old Janet Farris, who went missing in 1992 — 14 years before Max was born.

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