Tia Blood missing mother of 2 LETHBRIDGE, Alta.- Police in southern Alberta have identified human remains as those of a missing Lethbridge mother of two boys. Tia Blood, who was 34, was reported missing on Oct. 19, and five days later Lethbridge Police Service investigators located a body west of the city. An autopsy was done by the medical examiner’s office in Calgary which identified Blood but the manner of death was deemed inconclusive and remains under investigation. RCMP have charged Hunter Alexander Frank, 20, of Lethbridge with offering an indignity to human remains and two counts of theft under $5,000 in connection with the investigation. Police believe Blood died on the night of Oct. 19 or sometime during Oct. 20. The news came as a shock to Blood’s family.
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