It's been 1 year since man walking his dog discovered the body of a teenaged girl over an embankment in the Geurin Creek area of Kamloops.
Summer Star Elizabeth Krista-Lee Fowler, better known as "CJ" -- was just 16 years old. She was a member of the Gitanmaax First Nation of Hazelton, near Terrace. The cause of death has not been revealed -- but a member of her Band's council told the media the girl was beaten. That has not been confirmed.
It's also not known what Fowler was doing in Kamloops.
All that is known is the girl visited the Royal Inland Hospital in the hours before her death, although the reason has never been disclosed.
It's believed she was walking up Columbia Street Hill when someone picked her up, killed her, and dumped her body.
A month after the homicide RCMP said they wanted to speak to a man who was seen smoking in the area near where the body was found. It's not known if they ever located the man as investigators have remained tight-lipped ever since.