The remains of Cody Ridge Wolfe, who went missing in April of 2011, was discovered on a small island on the Muskowekwan First Nation by two male youth looking for geese eggs.
Officers from Punnichy RCMP confirmed the presence of human remains.
Since Cody went missing, many searches took place on foot, horseback, boat and ATV by the family, Muskowekwan First Nation community, and the Saskatchewan RCMP. The area where Cody was discovered was surrounded by water and had become submerged intermittently over the years, with the water level remaining high, and only recently became exposed.
Since 2011 Yorkton Forensic Identification Section, RCMP Forensic Collision Reconstructionists, RCMP Underwater Recovery Team, investigated.Also joining those investigations were the Ottawa Valley and Alberta Search and Rescue Dog Associations, RCMP Major Crime, Dr. Ernie Walker – RCMP Forensic Anthropologist, RCMP Search and Rescue, and the RCMP Historical Case Unit South.
An autopsy was completed on May 13 by a forensic pathologist and anthropologist, and the remains were confirmed to be Cody Ridge Wolfe. Based on information gathered during the investigation and autopsy, Cody’s death is not considered suspicious.
Cody’s family has been notified of the results of the autopsy and investigation.