Officials taking new direction in Sonia Varaschin case
The Ontario Provincial Police has a new plan to catch the person responsible for the death of Sonia Varaschin, who was murdered in Orangeville eight months ago.
Det. Andy Karski is a new lead investigator on the case and he says he is now looking into some conflicts the 42-year-old nurse had in her life and work places before she died.
Police say Varaschin was murdered in her home and her body was disposed of in a wooded area close nearby, where her body was found on September 5. Authorities say she may have known her attacker.
Karski will hold a news conference in Orangeville on Wednesday to talk about the new phase of the investigation.
With files from CTV Toronto's Austin Delaney.