Chilliwack, BC (with files from Global) -UPDATE – The BC Coroners Service received a report that a fetus was found in the washroom of a Tim Horton’s restaurant in Chilliwack, B.C. on Jan. 9, 2016.
Following an initial investigation, the BC Coroners Service has concluded that the circumstances of the found fetus relate to a personal medical matter that does not fall within the BC Coroners Service legislative mandate.
The BC Coroners Service will have no further investigative role.
ORIGINAL STORY – Chilliwack RCMP are investigating after a fetus was found in the toilet of a Tim Hortons washroom over the weekend.
It was found at the chain’s Eagle Landing location, just off Evans Road, at approximately 12:30 p.m. on January 9.
According to a friend of one of the employees, a customer discovered the fetus when they entered the washroom.
Staff at the Tim Hortons quickly called the RCMP, but were unable to identify any suspect on scene.
It’s unknown at this time how long the fetus was in the toilet or what stage of gestation it was at.
The BC Coroners Service said the incident was reported to them on Saturday.