Published August 29, 2012 | 10:10 am
Vancouver: RCMP have claimed that the human remains found in November 29, 2011,in the 26200 of Robertson Crescent, Langley were those of Barry Steven Maslanka-Ewing.
The Langley RCMP, Department of Defense and the BC Coroner’s Service were notified of the discovery of human remains in the 26200 of Robertson Crescent, Langley. These remains were discovered on Department of Defense land by BC Hyrdo contractors pruning trees in the area.
Investigation in the matter has revealed that the remains have been at that the Robertson Crescent location for several years. The investigation has also determined Barry Steven Maslanka-Ewing lived the last part of his life with family friends in the Aldergrove area. After approximately six weeks, he left. At that time, he may have been homeless or had other accommodations.
Investigators found no obvious evidence of foul play. Langley RCMP now requests the assistance of the public in obtaining any information as to where Barry Steven Maslanka-Ewing was living between the years of 2002 and 2005, as well as any known associates he had at that time. Anyone with information that might assist police with this investigation is asked to call Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200.