RCMP to apologize to family of murder victim Amber Tuccaro

The RCMP plans to apologize to Amber Tuccaro's family this week, nine years after her disappearance.

An independent federal review of the Leduc RCMP's investigation into the 20-year-old Mikisew Cree Nation woman's disappearance found that police work in the case was "deficient."

Amber Tuccaro was last seen in Nisku on Aug. 18, 2010, a day after flying into Edmonton from Fort McMurray with her infant son.

Her remains were found on a farmer's field in rural Leduc County two years later. Her murder remains unsolved.

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