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Lutselk’e launches community search to recover two missing travellers – CBC

We’ve still got loved ones that are still out there missing,’ says Lutsel k’e Dene First Nation chief

Jun 26, 2019

People from Lutselk’e, N.W.T., are combing the icy waters and shores of Great Slave Lake by boat this week, searching for two young people who went missing in May, hopefully bringing closure to their loved ones.

Jake Gully, 28, originally from Fort Good Hope, N.W.T., and Cammy Boucher, 23, of Lutselk’e are believed to have gone through the ice.

The pair had been travelling on a single snowmobile from Detah to Lutselk’e with Cammy’s 64-year-old father, Samuel Boucher the night of May 13. RCMP helped recover Samuel Boucher’s body and debris from a pool of open water nearly a week later, following an extensive air search.

Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/north/lutselk-e-launches-community-search-to-recover-two-missing-travellers-1.5190026