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69. Travis Kope

Travis Kope grew up in the small town of Tofield, Alberta. As a kid, he competed on the rodeo circuit, riding steers and roping cattle. As a young man, he left rural life for the big city. 

Then in 2002, at just 21 years old, Travis was gunned down on a quiet neighborhood street in Edmonton, Alberta. 

Although investigators know who murdered Travis, no one has been charged for his murder. 

If you know anything about the murder of Travis Kope you are asked to call Edmonton Police Service or Crimestoppers. 


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