Investigators have always believed Terrie knew her killer because her home on Citadel Peak Circle N.W. bore no signs of forced entry — but despite having such a small pool of suspects, police haven’t been able to crack the case.
Homicide detectives named Terrie’s estranged husband, Ken Dauphinais, as a person of interest in the case, and he remains so to this day. Ken, who also goes by the name Ken Person, now lives in Saskatoon with the couple’s children and hasn’t spoken to police since the early days of the investigation.
Memories fade after eight years, which is why police and Calgary Crime Stoppers have filmed a re-enactment of Terrie’s killing. They hope the clip will jog someone’s memory and prompt someone with new information — or someone with information they’ve previously withheld — to come forward.
So do I.