The Regina Police Service is appreciative of the pledge of $100,000. from the Criminal Property Forfeiture Fund announced yesterday (Monday, March 17th) by Justice Minister and Attorney General Gordon Wyant. The disbursement is the result of an application made by the Regina Police Service approximately two years ago to the province’s Criminal Property Forfeiture Fund, formed pursuant to The Seizure of Criminal Property Act of 2009.
In receiving the news of the disbursement, Chief Troy Hagen indicated the entire amount will be applied to the Regina Police Service’s investigation into three murders that occurred in 2010. The case, commonly called the Oakview Drive homicide case, is an ongoing investigation into the murders of 31 year-old Gray Nay HTOO; his wife, 28 year-old Maw MAW and their three year-old son, Seven June HTOO. The bodies of the three were found on August 6, 2010, in their townhouse home on Oakview Drive in the City’s Uplands neighbourhood. In the past three and a half years, the Regina Police Service has committed significant resources to this ongoing investigation, with six investigators assigned full-time to the case, with additional resources as required.
The Regina Police Service is continuing this investigation and reminds the public that it is never too late to offer information by contacting police at 306-777-6500 or calling Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 . The public can also access the Crime Stoppers website at www.reginacrimestoppers.ca or text “TIP158” and send the tip message to “crimes (274637)”.