It’s been two weeks since Chelsie Probert, 18, was found dying along a pathway in Dartmouth
Police were originally called to a path that connects Albro Lake Road and Farrell Street around 10 p.m. on June 6 for a report of a woman in medical distress.
Probert was rushed to hospital where she later died of her injuries.
Investigators have not released how Probert was killed.
Her death was originally considered suspicious – but following an autopsy by the province’s Medical Examiner, was deemed a homicide.
Police and volunteers with Halifax Search and Rescue spent days combing the pathway, searching for any clues they could find to help solve the case.
Police have also asked the public for their help, by providing them with any video surveillance from the streets surrounding the pathway.
So far, there have been no arrests made in Probert’s homicide.
Police say their investigation remains ongoing. However, they are still not releasing any information about potential suspects to the public at this time.
A GoFundMe Campaign was launched in the days following Probert’s death to help her family with expenses. In total, it raised $6,260.
A makeshift memorial has been also placed along the pathway where Probert was found.
According to her obituary, Probert was an avid amateur photographer and fascinated by nature and that she had many hobbies including “music, cooking and anything involving the great outdoors.”
Anyone with information about the homicide of Chelsie Probert is asked to contact Halifax Regional Police or Crime Stoppers.