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Yukon RCMP continue to appeal for information on death of Angel Carlick

Press Release

September 18, 2023

Angel Carlick went missing on May 26, 2007 in Whitehorse, and her remains were found in the Pilot Mountain Subdivision, outside of Whitehorse, on November 9, 2007.

Angel was only 19 and just about to graduate high school. She was a hard worker at a non-profit organization in Whitehorse, running a dinner program where she would cook meals for children. She enjoyed music and painting. Angel, a youth advocate, was involved in the community. She was caring and was seen as a big sister to her brother and loyal to her friends. Angel had a bright future ahead of her.

On the evening of May 26, Angel left a friend’s place and went to downtown Whitehorse on her bike. Later that night, she called her best friend from a payphone, making plans to join her friends.

She was last seen walking away from Main Street with one or several people. This was probably the last time anyone heard from her or saw her.

Nearly six months after she disappeared, Angel’s remains were discovered by a walker in a wooded area in Pilot Mountain, just north of Whitehorse. It is not known if she died in the area where her body was found.

Angel has not been forgotten and the investigation into her death continues. Angel’s family and friends are searching for answers, justice, and understanding. The police are actively using all available resources to find the person responsible.

Recently, the investigators have been working with the production team of the CBC podcast, Someone Knows Something, which will be available to listeners starting on September 18, with new episodes being released until October 30, 2023. The Yukon RCMP’s Historical Case Unit is encouraging anyone with information related to Angel’s case to come forward to progress the investigation further

Yukon RCMP’s Historical Case Unit works across the Territory on historical, suspicious deaths and historic homicides. If you have information about this crime please contact the Historical Case Unit directly via telephone (867) 667-5500 or email

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