Published on November 28th, 2011 | by DerbyLife0
Remains Of Canadian Skater Found, Man Charged In Her Murder
Update: January 7, 2012
We are saddened by the news that the body of Dorothy Woods has been found, and we hope that it brings some comfort to her family and friends that her alleged murderer has been apprehended. We wish you all comfort and strength in each other at this difficult time. More information can be found here.
A friend of Dot’s directed us to this article, to share the news that police suspect foul play in this skater’s disappearance. Please read below for contact information if you have any information that could help police.
Better known to some as Cheapshot Dot of the Saskatoon Roller Derby League’s Slamazons, and later dedicated founder of a local Rec league, Dorothy “Dot” Woods (nee Carter) has now been missing for two weeks. Her derby family knew something was wrong when she missed a November 16th bout. Woods has been missing since November 12, and was last seen wearing “straight-legged black jeans and a black v-neck sweater” according to this CBC article about a candle light vigil held in her honor on Saturday.
Dot is mother to two children, as well as a wife, and owner of a daycare. If you have any information about Dot, especially about her whereabouts between November 11th and November 16th, please contact the Saskatoon Police at 306-975-8300. Please share this article far and wide to help her family, friends and derby family to bring Dot home safely.
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