Diane Otto (Dickson)
The OPP Underwater Search and Rescue Unit have recovered the bodies of three more people from Selkirk Lake, north of Kenora. The Search and Rescue Unit was sent in following the discovery Robert Kantimere on the ice on the Lake on Thursday March 22.
Members of the OPP Emergency Response Team and the Snowmobile ATV Vessel Enforcement Team assisted with a shoreline search of the area for 43 year-old Diane OTTO of Kenora.
On Saturday, OPP located the bodies of the both Diane Otto and Chris Mainville of Kenora. Edward Everson was located on Sunday by the Underwater Search and Rescue Unit. All were recovered from the same area as Kantimere. The OPP Crime Unit is continuing to investigate the Incident.
Police say they originally found the body of the man on the surface of some very thin ice on a lake about 25 kilometres north of the city off of Hwy. 596.
"With the assistance of Lake of the Woods Search and Rescue, we were able to remove the body later that afternoon," said S/Sgt. Paul Van Belleghem.
The OPP Emergency Response Team conducted a ground search of the area yesterday, but didn't find the woman. They've called in the underwater search and recovery unit to assist.
The missing woman's identified as Diane Otto, also known as Diane Dickson.
"At this point, no person should really be out on the ice," Van Belleghem said. "We really shouldn't be out there at all."